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J r 1 T 1LLc I BESIIENT5 OFFICE HEREA KY X BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOItrUltATKU J P FAULKNER Manager Entered at the foiloffice at Jlerta Ayi ai second flow Mattmatter I j THE CITIZEN Devoted the Interests of Mountain People I Vol XII Fivo cents a copy BEIIEA MADISON COUNTY SEPTEMBER 8 1010 One Dollar a year No 11 IF YOU HAVE NEVER iIf Worn garments from our shop we you to investigate their merits You cannot do yourself a favor than to learn what7Tgreater fitted clothes feel like and be able to note what a difference t they will make in your appearance When you wear them you will real j ize how much goodness is where J you see it 1t The fine materials and tailoring which are the foundation of all FRIEND MADE CLOTHES keep them in shape until they are worn threadbare Our guarantee relieves you of every element of Iriskl RteR COYLE qCkyt I Dont Be Late l IEREAS BARGAIN COUNTER A Graphic DescrIption of the VmrUus Courses Offered In Bbrea great store often haa a bar 1AIF counter where a largo variety of articles aro offered at unusually low prices A man can buy an ax or a woman a sowing machine for halt price One person desires to buy one thing while another selects something elseIt is so with Berca College it of fers different kinds of education some suited to one set of people and anoth er suited to a different set And each kind of education is tho best of its kind and tho best for certain people- A fairly good list of these different kinds of education Is given in tho ad vertisement on page 3 and everyone should read it carefully Hero are a fow specimen bargains A Tho Model School Courso This is for those not far advanced The students who wish to complete the BO called common branches which are really the most Important of all here meet the best young peo plo from a hundred districts and teachers who are specialists in such work and have along with their stu dies some singing drawing homo science for girls and woodwork tools for boys and all the general advant ages of college life Ask any of tho young men or young women of our Model Schools and they will tell you that they can Just feel their brains growing in these classes- B Tho Vocational SchoolsThese help young people increase their earn ing power and get ready for the farm ing household management carpen try nursing printing dressmaking bricklaying storekeeping or other useful calling by which they are to servo tho community and support their families C to the C Tho Academy Course Tho regular course hero is two years long for those who have finished the com mon branches It gives the best things In a full collego course for those who cannot afford a full college course Botany and Physiology for those who will study medicine History and Science of Government for those who will study law Economics and Physical Geography for those who will go Into business and so on Every one who desires to be a thinking man an Intelligent woman every one who longs to know things and to get acquainted with the best things that are going on In this world should strive to take this course unless they start out for a longer one D Tho Normal Course This every one misunderstands It pro pares people not to keep school but to teach This department had a great increase of students last year and every one who wishes to do good work for the children and to get a good position should step Into this course And the Normal De partment does somo of Ita finest work In the Fall Term E Tho Literary and Pedagogic Courses These require six years of study beyond tho common branches two years which are called prepara tory and fopr of college work These courses are crowned by degrees That Is every one who completes tho Literary course is made a bachelor of letters and can write B L after his name Every one who completes tho Pedagogic courso becomes a bachelor of Peda gogy which means teaching and may write B Pod after his name It Is a great thing to complete one of these courses It seems a long time I to study six years But consider that are going to pass tho time in IContinued on fifth page THE POWERSEDWARDS CONTEST In a letter from a subscriber and voter in the llth Congression nl District which we hope every one who gets the Citizen will read we are asked why wo have kept silent an to the issues that the voters of that district are having to face Our reply is that wo have not kept silent as to the real issue as we see it And strangely enough this very letter ccufhu us in our view of the issue It is not so much the man as the method It does not matter half so much who represents the District in Congress as it does how he becomes the representative And if we can trust the writer of the letter we are not left in doubt as to the methods of candidateWhat interested in is neither Mr Powers nor Mr Ed wards They are minor considerations Our interest is in the character of the citizenship of the District Let them both be as bad as their enemies represent them to be and they are powerless to do harm if the majority lu the Republican party in the district is above passion prejudice and pelf But is it f It would seem not for we are told that eachside has an enormous corruption fund and proposes to use it that each side is distributing or will distribute whiskey in wholesale quanti ties and that neither side will hesitate to steal if it finds that neces sary to win This is a terrible indictment an indictment of the candidates it is true but no less an indictment of i the District It will be a poor indorsement of the one candidate or n poor vindication of the other if it is to be obtained by such methods And he will be a poor representative of the district if the district lias sold its birthright resigned its claim to fair treatment relinquished its voice in national affairs for 25000 or for any sum The issue then is not a man but a principlethe principle at the foundation of popular governmentit is character the character of our citizenship- It is futileit is worse than useless to rail at the candidatesto advertise their bad qualities That only makes them the more popu lar with their element The thing to do is to plead for good citizen ship and that not only when an election son but all the time and that the editor has been doing both in lectures and in the columns of The CitizenTo show that we have not been silent we quote from our Fourth of July editorial This It a da ffor thought thought on the sacrifices of our fath ers thought of our hcrltngc thought of our obligations And It Is more still It Is a day for consecration consecration to the work left IK by our fathers Itwns theirs to die for R principlethe principle of representative government 1 It Is ours to live for the same prin ciple They bought us liberty from a foreign foe at the price of blood We are asked to perpetuate It not by bullets but by our votes Votes against the toss votes against the grafter votes against the professional politician votes against their masters the great corporations the Interests- A vote Is our birthright It Is blood bought Away with the mess of pottage A man does not have to live and so he does not have to sell And who Is the greater hero the greater patriot the man who shoots to establish or the man who votes to maintain And who is the greater traitor an Arnold who betrays the cause for gold and a commission In the enemys army in the of the conflict or the voter the legislator the congressman who forgets principle and home and country and votes for boodle It Is time to stop and think THANKSGIVING President Frost Expresses Thanks For His Recovery and Apprecia tion of the Prayers of friends and Asks Their Continuance Tho most welcome greeting which we have received on our return from nearly a year of absence was the word of a mountain woman whose homo is much higher than mine and who said Wo prayed mightily that you might bo brought home safe a cross that great ocean The fact that a good many such friends some quite far away and some whom 1 can only see at long In tervals have prayed for me makes it fitting that I should let it be know publicly that 1 am most grate ful to Almighty God Our Heavenly Father for travelling mercies and for restoration to reasonably good health We cannot meet together lor a Thanksgiving service but we can rejoice together In spirit und praise the dear Father who hears and answers prayer Let me beg that your prayers for mo may continue It is to bo hoped that I come back not merely for a longer enjoyment of life but for increased usefulness and service There are many many things which the Lord has made mo desire but never given mo the power to bring to pass I long to see friends I have seen before and others I have never seen and to preach the Gospel at least once In every mountain county I long to send to each of these counties an army of young men and women intelligent seriousminded devoted who shall set roses by every doorway and sing Gods praise In every church house I wish to use this occasion to thank the friends and supporters of Berea for the splendid way in which they have carried on its work in my absence I am sure that Professor El ifs as Regent and the Deans and teachers and heads of industries and executive officers I wish 1 could name each one right here have made students and citizens feel that Bereas work is a work of true relig ion that means love to God and love to man There are many citizens whom I wish to include in this ex pression of appreciation And the stu dents have In countless instances shown their loyalty and goodwill helping newcomers and keeping up the high standard of scholarship and industry and good character I thank each and every one who has contri buted to the glorious success of the school year Just passed Continued on fifth page 1 IITH DISTRICT POLITICS Interesting Summing up of the Situa tion by a VoterIt Speaks for ItselfRead and Get Wisdom ICrooktd Branch Ky Sept 2 1910 To Citizen I I see from reading your paper that you have been very reticent concern lltbIIt cannot be because you have no readers In this District for you have the largest paid circulation in the DIs- trict It cannot be for want of interes In the election Itself for everybody in the district Is getting warmed up It certainly cannot be that you are Indifferent to the tremendous issues Involved in this election Then why are you silent If you will not speak out in meetln will you n9t let one of your readers have a fling at conditions as they appear to huntYesWell Two candidates are before the Re publican party of this district for its recognition which Is equivalent to election One of these has three times been elected by his party to Congress and his friends point with pride to his recordBut his opponent and his say three terms in Con gress Is enough for any man and that for this reason alone he ought to step aside for another I The other has not had much pub lic service for several years having spent that time in various jails of the State Suffering for his party say his friends Suffering for his own misdeeds say his enemies Mr Edwards say his friends Is the friend of Roosevelt and Taft and stands for all the beneficent legisla tion put forward by the party since he has been in Congress as well as much local legislation for his Die trict He has done nothing of the sort say his opponents Mr Powers is the greatest statesman In the Country say his friends and he has not denied it It will be a flat rebuke to Governor Willson who pardoned him for the District to refuse to nominate and elect him to Congress for everybody knows that he is innocent ond that the Goebelltcs stole his office and cast him into prison and kept him there for eight years He ought to bo vindicated And although three times convicted of murder and as many times revers ed on legal technicalities ending finally in a hung Jury and a pardon still they say and say earnestly On Continued on last page NEWS OF THE WEEK i Newark LynchersPresidential Aspi rantSpeculation as to Chief Jus tice Harmon Losing GROWTH OF NEW YORK Great er New York now has a population of 47CC883 making It the second lar gest city In the world according Lathe figures issued from the Census Bureau Sept 1st The increase for the last ten years has been 387 per cent or 1329681 LYNCHERS INDICTED The Grand Jury which was called to Investigate the lynching of Carl Ether ington in Newark 0 has concluded Its sittings and made its report Fif tyeight indictments were returned all in connection with the lynching Twentyfive of these charge the riot ers with murder in the first degree twentyone are accused of rioting ten with assult and two with perjury The blame for the lynching is laid upon the mayor and chief of police both of whom have resigned HOKE SMITH FOR PRESIDENT The Georgia Democratic convention in session Sept 1st nominated Hone Smith former Governor and member of President Clevelands cabinet for Governor over the present Governor J M Drown and also Indorsed him for the presidency The return of Smith to ascendency marks also the return of the State wide Prohibition element to power It will be remem bered that Governor Drown won over Smith before on a plea for a busi ness administration which meant when properly Interpreted the repu diation of the Prohibition lawsrath- er their HARLAN FOR CHIEF JUSTICE President Taft has not announced his intention but it is now generally thought that Justice Harlan will be appointed Chief Justice for the remainder of his term which it is thought he will end by retirement at the end of Mr Tafts first term two years hence when Gov Hughes who now becomes a member of the Su premo Court will succeed him It would seem that this is the logical course for the President to pursue MR ROOSEVELTS TRIP Tho western trip of Mr Roosevelt has proved very disappointing to his ene mies It was freely predicted that ho would not be recleved as he was when President and that ho would return to his home a disappointed and wiser man that this trip would be the beginning of his elimination from politics and that the country would soon be rid of his preaching and his meddling But alas for the machine politician the corrupt corporation and the bopdler of what ever sort Mr Roosevelt returns with a tighter grip upon the affections of the people than overa truly dominant fig ure dominant for good both for his State and the nation HARMON ON THE WANEThe bloody street car strike in Columbus is likely to prove the undoing of Gov Harmon His prompt action in the Newark riot vastly increased his popularity but he has not been so fortunate in his dealing with the strike situation and the Republicans are making capital out of the unfortunate affair and incidentally it may be said that the outlook for the Republicans has grown much better In the last two or three weeks It is plain that Ohio is to bo the great battle ground of the Fall campaign HARD FIGHT IN INDIANAThe situation in Indiana is a complicated one The Governor of the State is a Democrat and is popular and Mr Beverldge is weakened in his own party somewhat by the fact that he is tin avowed Insurgent and Insurgency Is not in the ascendent in his State Tho outlook however Is not alto gether discouraging and grows bright er with the better prospects for Rep ublican principles thruout the nation TRIBUTE TO THRINGTONA memorial service was held In Willis burg last Sunday in honor of young Ethrlngton who was killed by a mob in Newark 0 while acting as a detective for the AntiSaloon League A number of representatives were present from various places in Ken tucky and Ohio R L GUIDE For Students for Fall Term Berea Ky Sept 3 1910 jDear Friend largo number of students will bo coming to Berca for the opening ct the Fall term and I am sure they will all be Interested in saving any small amount of money on the rail road fare There Is no reduction for those coming from north of the Ohio river until they get to Cincinnati Ohio but it will be pleasant for those who Continued on fifth rage x Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper KENTUCKY urge cant nonenforcement I The First Thing To Do After ReachingCollege Is to put the money that you are depending on to carry you through the year in a safe place Dont keep it in your pockets or hide it away in your room it is too easy to lose it or to have it stolenPut it in the Bank wher it will be safe and where you can get it when you need it Many students have checking accounts with this Bank and we solicit yours also You will find us conveniently located on Main street just off the campus HOURS 8 A M to 4 P 11rr Berea Bank Lit Trust- Company IN OUR OWN STATE M E Conference ConvenesCon gressional Primary In the 11th DIstrIctStorms SHOOTING IN KNOXA serious shooting occurred on the closing day of the Knox County Fair last Friday A young man by the name of Smith who It is reported had been disarm ed In the early morning having fill ed himself with whiskey and being handed a revolver by a friend pro ceeded to empty its contents rather promiscuously into the crowd Two shots took effect in a young man by the name of Wyatt whose only of fense seems to have been that he kindly advised Smith to behave him self It was thought that Wyatt was mortally wounded but it was later found that the wound is not fleece sarily fatal M E CONFERENCEThe Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church met in its annual Session yes terday at Palntsvllle The Conference Is composed of about one hundred members Bishop Warren will pre side The session usually closes on Monday following the opening on Wed I nesday On Monday the appointments to charges for the ensuing year are readPRIMARY r IN THE 11TH The Republican Congressional Primary In the 11th District is set for Thursday Sept 15th Both sides are very sure of vie tory and are making the usual ex travagant claims If however the charges and counter charges and the threats ore to be believed and If the reports of the distribution of whiskey of the plans to steal whole counties and the purpose of both candidates to spend three times as much money In buying votes as the office will pay are true there will be no victory for either candidate that should produce any feeling but chagrin andrhumiliation on the part of every one DESTRUCTIVE STORMS Several counties in the State have been vis ited by destructive storms during the past week The damage In Jefferson County was confined entirely to property Wolfe Magoffln Breathitt Knott and Morgan counties report destructive floods and the loss of J one life KENTUCKY EDITOR HURT The Editor of the Winchester News Mr W A Beaty was thrown from a bug gy and badly hurt last Thursday His left arm was broken in two places and he sustained several bruises He was taken to the Lexington Hospital I lrieD1vAs 0 SYNOPSIS Baraka a Tartar girl became enamored bearded who was thdevicinityrevealed to him the location a of rubles hoping that the would love her In return for her disclosure They were followed to tho cave by the girls relatives who blocked up the en trance and drew oft the water suppiq leaving tho couple to die Barakas cousin Said her betrothed to climb down a Cuff overlooking the mine but the traveler shot him stranger was revived from a water gourd Saad carried dug his way out of the tunnel and departed deserting the girl and carrying a bag of rubles Baraka gathered all the gems she could carry and started In pursuit Margaret Donne Margarita da Cordova a famous donna became engaged In London to Konstantln Ix gothetl a wealthy Greek financier Her Intimate friend was Countess Leven known BI Lady Maud whose husband had been killed by a bomb in St Peters burg and Lady lauds most Intimate friend was Rufus Van Torp an American who had become one of the richest men In the world Van Torp was In love with Margaret and rushed to London as soon as he heard of her betrothal He offered Lady Maud 3GOOOOO for charity If she would aid him In winning the singer from Logothetl Baraka approached Lorothetl at Versailles with rubles to sell He presented a ruby to Margaret Van Torp bought a yacht and byDarakaruby after the American had told her of having seen In the United States a man answering the description of the one she loved The American followed Margaret to the Bayreuth Parsifal festival Margaret took a liking to Van Torp who presented her with the ruby Baraka had given him Count Krallnsky a Russian believedrImi Baraka was arrested In London on the charge of stealing from Plnnoy a Jew LogothetlrwoMaud believed that Logothetla associa euspif OWboY he bad known In his young man nod Logotheti secured Barakas re lease and then with her as his guest went to sea on yacht Erlnna Baraka explains her plans for revenge on the man who had deserted her and left her moderatingrqCHAPTER XI Continued On account of her temper 1 sup pose answered the good lady sently for she was looking up an down tho columns in search of something she had already seen Here It 1st she said It Is under the yachting news Cape Flnlsterre I Passed at 4 p m going south steam yacht Erlnna with owner and party on board All well My dear child It J Is quite clear that If this Is Mons Lo gothetls yacht he is going to Gib l raltarI know anything about geography Margaret said and her wrath which had been smouldering sullenly for days began to glow again Margaret said Mrs Rushmore you surprise met You were very well taught But tha prima donna did not hear the long tirade of mild reproof that followed She knew well enough where Gibraltar was and that Logo thetl was going all the way round to the Mediterranean on his yacht with some one for company and that the voyage was a long one After what Lady Maud had said there was not f tho least doubt in her mind as to his companion who could be no one but Baraka Ho had been told that he was not granted at Bayreuth and he was celebrating the sunset of his bachelor life la hIs own way That was clear If he received the telegram that had just been sent to him he would get it at Gibraltar should he stop there and as for answering it before Margaret left Bayreuth she was inclined to make such a thing Impossible by going away the next morn tag if not that very night Her angry reflections and Mrs Rushmores lecture on the importance ot geography In education were Interrupted by the discreet entrance of Mr Van Torp who was announced and I ushered to the door by Justine in a grand French manner On the threshold however he stood still and asked U he might come in being pressed to do so he yielded advanced and sat down between the two ladles Mr Van Torp said Mrs Rush more I Insist upon knowing what has become of Countess Leven I dont know Mrs Rushmore answered the millionaire slowly rubbing his hands I havent spoken to her since I brought her from the station I dare say shes all right Shes probably gone to take a walk She often t does in the country 1 knowher fa thers country seat is next to Mrs Rushmore I hope youll pa me a visit some day Why yes Lady Maud sometimes goes oft alone and walks miles and miles L There Margaret said Mrs Rushmore triumphantly what did I tell you Mr Van Torp says the countess often walks for miles and ralloa Why certainly said Mr Va Torp though Im bound to say shes Just as fond of horseback lIeo friend generally call her Lady Maud Mn Rushmore Perhaps vou wont mind my telling you as she prefers it a good deal herself You see Ive had the pleasure of knowing her several years so I daresay youll forgive me for mentioning itI think it Is quite kind of you on 4 the contrary answered Mrs Rush more Margaret why did you never l tell me of this Had you any reason tor not telling mart dont think 1 aobced what you called her Margaret answered patiently Because if you had any reason said Mrs Rushmore following her own thoughts I insist upon knowing what It was Well now 111 tell you rejoined Mr Van Torp to savo Margaret the trouble of answering the futile little speech her husband didnt treat her very well Theres not a purer wom an in the six continents Mrs Rush more but he tried to divorce her because hod lost his money if he ever had any and she had none and he wanted to marry an heiress How ever they automobllzed him or something in St Petersburg last June Autowhat did you say inquired Mrs Rushmore Killed by an automobile ex plained Mr Van Torp gravely But now I come to think it wasnt that He got blown up by a bomb meant for a better man It was quite instantan eous I recollect Ills head disappeared suddenly and the greater part of him was scattered around but they found his pocketbook with his cards and things so they knew who it was It was driven through somebody elses hat on the other side of the street wasnt It Miss Donne Things must have been quite lively just then where It happened I supposed you knew Mrs Rushmore explained that she had never beard any details Besides said Mr Van Torp In an swer though not quite relevantly LadyMaudwhich she has on her cards hIghertitleerently objectedMrthink the daughter ot an English earl as good as a Russian count anywhere west of Siberia I dont know how they figure those things out at courts fordIts Just my Impression thats all as a business man Hes dead anyway and ono neednt make personal remarks about dead men All the same it was a happy release for Lady Maud nIghtIiournlngout this afternoon Miss Donne He changed the subject with extreme directness and Mrs Rushmore who was used to the dictatorial ways of lions took the hint submissively enough though she would have been glad to discuss the relative and In desIgnationsLady But it was much more Important that the lion should be left alone with Margaret as much as possible and the excellent lady therefore remembered leftthemKraUnsk7beforeshe was gone He says hell meet fewdaysVienna in his suddendeathcart for sageHedropped me I dare say you heard the toots I thought I saw Lady Maud looking out of the window of your room as I got out Yes Margaret said But how do you know that Is my window In the first place Ive counted the windows I felt a sort of interest in knowing which was yours And then I often see your maid opening the shutters in the morning Oh Margaret smiled Did you LadTMaudfor she knew that he had good eyes Since you mention It I thought she looked as If she didnt feel quite up to the markpale I thought she was Yes Margaret saidhShe felt ill for a moment and I thought she was going to faint Dut it passed al goIngOh mused Mr Van Torp is that soT Well I dare say it was tho best thing she could do I was telling you about Krallnsky Hes not Levi Long legs after all and Im not sure he was ever in the west unlikelyMargaret ayment and made an effort to recollect and then he seemed quite pleased to remember that Id been Fanny and hed been Levi Longlegs and that he used to whistle things out of Parsifal by the fire of an evening Wellbut In that case Marga looknJust no continued Van Torp nod ding Did you over attend a trial and hear a witness being crossex atained by a lawyer who wants him to remember something and he wants to remember It himself but ctnt be cause he never heard of it before in his lIfeT Its quite funny The law yer makes steps for him and puts his feet Into them no that he lets along nicely unless the judge happens to wake up and lick and then the little game stops right there and somebody laughs Well my talk with Krallnsky was like that only there was ma IImNot Sure He Was Ever In the West I Judge so he went away happy and were old friends now and punched cows on tho same ranch and hes coming on my yacht I only wonder why he was so anxious to remember all that and why he thought it would be kind of friendly If I called him Levi Longlegs again and he called mo Fanny Cook I wonder He says hes still very fond of Parsifal and came on purpose to hear it but that hes completely forgotten how to whIs- tle Thats funny too I just thought Id tell you because if you come on my yacht and he comes too youre liable to see quite a good deal of one anotherDid you tell him that Mrs Rush more and I would come Margaret asked And Lady Maud T Why no Youve not promised yet any more than you did last night when we talked about It so how could IT I forgot to mention Lady Maud to him or else I thought I wouldntI forget which It doesnt matterNo Margaret smiled Not a little bit You seem amused observed Mr Van Torp Dy your way of putting it and your pretendlnJ to forget such a thingIt wasnt quite truo that I forgot but I wanted to so I didnt say any thing about her Thats why I put it in that way I dont choose to leave you any doubt about what I say or mean even in the smallest things The moment you feel tho least doubt about the perfect accuracy of any thing I tell you even If Its not at all a downright lie or anything resem Ming one you wont trust me at all in anything Because if you trust me youll end by liking me and if you dont trust me youll go back to thinking thdt Im the Beast out of Revelation or something as you used to SIve forgotten all about the Beast Margaret said Thank you answered Mr Van Torp To change the subjectIve not a little scheme to propose Maybe youll think well of it Anyhow as its a mere matter of business con nected with yo career you wont mind my explaiu t to you will youNo indeed I Margaret was Interested at once Do tell met she said leaning forward a little lookedIconclusion that Its not very well done anyhow except Parsifal Thats what most of the people really come for Im informed that they give all the other operas better in Munich with the advantage of being in what you may call a Christian town compared with this Is that correct do thinkYes believe so It Is you can depend upon It Now what1 want to know is why you and I shouldnt go into a little business partnership and do this kind of thing brown as it ought to bo done Margaret opened her handsome eyes wide Because continued Mr Van Torp as coolly as if ho were explaining a new plan to a board of directors weve got the capital and the ability between us sad theres a demand la The Company Which Is You and I Will Probably Rule New York for what I propose to do Itll fill a want I know and that means success and money Why dont we build a theater together When I say a theater I mean a firstclass opera house and not a barn Well employ tho best architects to build It and of course Id leave everything about It to you Ive got a block in New York Just about in tho right place and It wont tako long to build Ill give tho land and put up the money for the building if youll un dertake the management Youll pun any money you like of course and well share the profits Maybe theyll be quite handsome for well lease the theater to other people outside of the season Well have tho best talent i Europe and pay for It and the publIc will pay us back Well call it the Cordova Opera if you like and youll run it according to your own ideas and sing or not whenever you please Are you In earnest Margaret had some difficulty in pronouncing the words clearly Wa there ever a great soprano who did not dream of having the most perfect theater of her very own and who could receive unmoved the offer to build one from a man who could build 20 if he chose Very rarely in her life had she been aware of her bodily heart but she could feel It now beat- Ing like a hammer on tho anvil Im in earnest Van Torp swered with perfect calm Iv thought the whole thing over Ip all 1 aspects Just as I would a railroad or a canal or a mine and Ive concluded to try It if youll help me because Us going to bo a safe investment You see Miss Donne he went on slowly theres no artist on the grand opera stage now whos so well cQulpped for the business aa you are Im not fiat tering you either In your own kind of parts youve slmpf got no rival Everybody says so and 1 suppose you wont play kitty and deny It Itstart fair now It would be silly to deny that 1 one of the first Margamt admitted Thatll do thank you One of the first and the first Is one of them and youre It Besides youre cot before k BvIMAmNClMwTORD AUTHOR Of RwJMfc5eL tIETHUJA EltEl ILLIJTRATIOC1 1Y SC7WEILP- OPYRJcNT pay Y 4MWFVRD you whats behind most of them Youre young Im not talking about your personal appearance but thats Just one more item In tho assets An other big one is that youre a first class musician whereas halt these singers can only bang the box like great thundering overgrown school girls Allow that I suppose I must allow anything laughed tho prima donna Well now Ivo told you Youre got tho name I need and youve got the voice and the talent and youve got tho science and culture I suppose youll let me say that Ive got the business ability wont you The iron mouth smiled a little grimlyRather I fancy some people have wished you had loss And the moneys here for I always have a blank cheque In my pocket If you like Ill fill It in and well de- posIt It wherever you say in the name of the Cordova Opera Company or Mmo da Cordova Rufus Van Torp Co Wo can make out our little agreement In duplicate right here on the corner of the table and sign It and before wo leave here you might go around and speak to the best singers about an engagement In New York for a Wagner festival a year from next Christmas Thats business and this Is a purely business proposition If yt ud like to think it over Ill go and take a little walk before dinner It sounds like a dreamt Margaret answered In a wondering tone Moneys an awful reality Van Torp remarked Im talking bust ness and as Im the one whos going to put up most of the capital youll do me the credit to believe that Im quite wide awake Do you really really really mean IU She spoke almost like a child It was not tho first time in his life that the financier had seen the stun nlng effect of a big sum projected with precision like a shell at exactly the right moment Ho was playing the great game ngajn but for a prize ho thought worth moro than any lie had yet won and the very magnitude of tho risk steadied his naturally steady brain Yes ho said quietly I do Per hops Ive startled you a little and I shouldnt like you to make a decision till you feel quite ready to Ill just say again that Ive thought the whole thing out as a genuine venture and that I believe in It or I wouldnt pr pose it Maybe youve got some Ion sible lawyer you have confidence In and would like to consult him first If you feel that way Id rather you should A business partnerships not a thing to go Into with your eyes shut and it we had any reason for distrusting one another it would be better to make Inquiries nut so far as that goes It appears to mo that weve got tho facts to go on which would make any partnership succeed Youve certainly got the musical brains besides a llttlo money of your own and Ive certainly got tho rest of the funds Fd like you to put some Itbecausegoing to be in earnest too and do your share in tho musical eldcv Yo see Im talking to you just as I would to a man In the same position Not because I doubt that if you put your namo to a piece of paper you really will do your share as partner but because Im used to working In that sort of way In business How does that strike you T I hope youre not offendedOffended sutr had possessed the Intel ligence of Mephistopheles and the charm of Faust he could not have said anything more subtly pleasing to her vaultynOf course ho said It neednt a very largo sum Still it ought to b something that would make a differ once to you She hesitated A moment and the spoke rather timidly I think perhaps1f we did It1 thousandspounds she said Would that be too little do you think The large mouth twitched and then smiled pleasantly Thats too much he said shakin his head You mustnt put all you eggs In one basket A hundred sand dollars would be quite enoug as your share of the capital with o tion to stock of me at par up or BO if Its a success eReallyT Would that be enough T And please what la stock fn such case T 4 Stock said the financlel Is a little plant which when well watered will grow like the mustard seed till all the birds of Wall street mako their nests In its branches And If you dont water it too much itll be all right In our case the stock Is going t bo that share of the business which most people sell to raise money and which ale ways do it that way when circum thme stock of a railroad for nothing for Instance and sold all the bonds and lot it go bankrupt Then 1 hooch tho road ona day and found alt UM stock was in my owa pocket Thats only a little Illustration Dut I guess you can leave the financial sldo In my hands You wont lose by it Im pretty sureII fancy not l Margarets eyci wore wide open Ilea hands were clasped tightly on her knee and she was leaning forward a little Be sides she went on It would not ba tho money that I should taro about I can earn more money than I want and I have a little fortune of my own I tho hundred thousand I offered you Oh nol It would be the splendid power to have the most beautiful music In the world given as it couht I be given nowhere else I Tho joy oC singing myself tho parts I can sing In the most perfect surroundIngs An orchestra picked from the world of orchestras the wholeIing leaders the most faultless + i And tho scenery and tho costumes everything as everything could bo If It were really really the best that can bo bad I Do you believe It Is pos sible to have nil that Oh yes and with your name to ittoo Well have everything on earth that money can buy to make a perfect opera and Ill guarantee Itll pay after the first two seasons That is If youll work at It as hard as I will But youve got to work Miss Donne youv got to work or Its no use thinking of It Thats my opinIonIIll work like a Trojan cried Mar garot enthusiastically She had enough experience In herIself and enough knowledge of conditions to believe that her own hard work combined with Van Torps unlimited capital could and certainly would produce such an opera housoIand bring to It such artists as had never been seen and heard except perhaps in Bayreuth during its I1ratIgreat days now long past Then too ho had put the mstttr before her so skillfully that sho could look upon It honestly u a business partnership In which her voice her judgment and her exportcnco would bear no contemptible proportion to his money and In which she heraelf was thorebyJarlngtune as well as giving the greater part of tho labor Sho felt for some weak f place In tho scheme groping as it she were dazzled but she could find none I dont think I shall need time to think this over she said controlling hadoup her mind As I understand It I am to put in what I can In the way of ready money and I am to give my time in all ways as you need It and my voice when It Is wanted Is that ItrExcept that when you choose to sing the company will allow you your usual price for each appearance an swered Van Torp In a businesslike manner You will pay yourself or we both shall pay you just as much as wo would pay any oUr firstclass soprano or as much moro as you would get In London or New York II you signed an engagement Is that lair Margaret asked Why certainly Dut tho company which la you and I will probably granduopera states east of tho rocklcs Theyve got to come to Now York to hear you Naturally youll be free to do anything you lIke In Europe outside of our season when you can spare the time Of course 6wellpreliminary agreement What do you sayI say that I simply cannot refuse such an offer Margaret answered Your consent IB all thats neces t sary he said in a matteroffact I tono lie produced from an inner pocket heu I a pea and began to write quickly The terms asnno sides as he had told the prima donna ho had thought out the whole matter before hand q What If Mrs Rushmore cpmet InIjust as we are slcnlng Itf asked garet witgjudgeh t pYou seem able to write and talk at the same time Margaret said smiling ranaon all I should say Do you think you can read my writing I dont suppose youve ever seen It TO HE CONTINUED Tea with Children Tea says tho London Chronicle In the garden is one of the best established of our midVictorian Insti tutions Mr E V Lucaswho Is a connoisseur of the caddy recalls In his essay Tho Divine Leaf a stou of tile late Arthur Cecil who once en countered tho following Inscription iq 6d1teaslrs4 LL I THREE QUESTIONSSasday School Leuoa for Sept 18 1910 Specially Arttnged tor Thus Paper nnuUnQOU1EN TEXT nenclcr therefore areCnesnrlIl SOrheinJerusalemSuggestion and Practical Thought Tho rulers of tho Jews had deter mined on the death of Jesus Mark 1118 and were now seeking some- WayJ of ensnaring Jesus Into express fag opinions which could bo used as an accusation for which ho could bo CIcted In the courts But by Jesus conj f Divine truth was madeI J clearI Tho question was asked by a wily combination of two parties It was Is oriplea learners students who would Como as those who wanted to learn beingIt i cunning device These would repre sent one side of tho question opposed to paying tribute to Caesar Fierce opposition was offered to tho tribute law which was tegard ed as an impiety inasmuch as no Lord could be recognized but God Others offered opposition to the legal ity of tho tax while ono leader Judah of Oamala associated with a Pharisee named Zadok formed a party to work solely oa this lino of attack Then ven geance was sworn against whomsoever should transgress the Mosaic law and tho Zealots were pious assassins who Imposed upon themselves tho sa cred obligations of killing all trans I gressors of tho law Tho Horodlans were adherents of tho Hcrods who owed what power they possessed to tho Roman government They vied with tho Badduces In skepticism and with tho Greeks In licentiousness pandered to the vice and cruelty of tho Herods and truckled to tho llomans These represented the other side of the question favoring tribute to Caesar and opposed to the Messianic hopes of tho Pharisees No matter which side Jesus took It seemed Impossible for him not to sort ously damage his causo If he decided for either jarty tho other would bo his enemy lie was sailing between Scylla and Cbarybdls It ho said It was not right to pay taxes ho would be In col poerIcriminal Ills career would bo ended If ho said It was lawful for tho Jews the great mass of the people would be Against him and ho would lose his j hold upon them for they hated tho Roman government and one of tho first and greatest things they expected of tho Messiah was deliverance from this subjection to a foreign power The taxes were a constant cause otj revoltThey say unto him Caesars pronounced Knlaar by Itomans and Greeks It Is tho Gorman kaIser and Iturslan czar Itender therefore unto Caesar tho things which are Caesars The image and superscription on tho CaesnrlIhowere served by tho Itotnan government They therefore owed It some service In return This service was the payment of taxes And unto God tho things that are Gods God as your maker giver of countless good gifts one tho choicest of which was tho gift otI his Son their Messiah had a right claim lovo and obedience from them Christians havo to live In countries where tho government Is not perfects and it is their duty to be good citizens In them tho best citizens they have A This was one of the ways by which V Christianity conquered tho Roman em plre To have fought the cmplro with their worldly weapons would have d been ruin i as Christ himself said i For all they that take tho sword shall perish with tho sword Matt 2652 Gods Imago Is stamped in the soul y of man It is sometimes soiled In the t mire of sin dimmed by tho friction of worldly cares bent and distorted by wrongs done and wrongs received but c every man was created In tho image of God This makes it possible to bo n stored to receive tho fuller sweeter moro perfect Imago of Gods holiness When Tamerlane was In his wars ono of his captains dug up a great pot it gold and brought It to him Tamer lane asked whether It had his fathers 1 stamp upon it but when ho saw It had the Roman stamp and not his fathers t ho would not own it A lawyer a scribe a student and I teacher of tho law asked Master iwhich Is the groat commandment of i Tempting him testing him to see what kind of an answer the Ii wise teacher would give to ono of the iW stock questions which divided tht Jewish teachers Into rival schools for I 11 bo realized that Jesus had answered r 1 wisely the Sadduceos question Marks All wo have and are we owe to him and the only way in which we cnn mako any return la to love him i xi j and oboy him in love That Is all that is ours to give to withhold It is unut terably mean The best thing in man 1III love and God wants tho best Such lovo not only honors God but clovatps Lovo is the most ennobling act tho soul and tho nobler and higher object and tho moro Intense the 1ot so much tho more Is the one who loves ennobled purified enlarged In nature In him aro found that ought 10 move the highest at fections of men AMBULANCE KILLS WOMAN I Was On Way To Get Sailor Who Had Been Hit By An Automobile Man Also Injured Cleveland O Galloping madly through tho crowded public square on a call to West Third street where a sailor had been hit by an automobile an ambulanco plunged into a throng of street car patrons Intautly killing Mrs Ferdlnnnd Schlcgcl aged 57 Delay caused by the mobbing of the ambulance driver Charles Oarman who was saved by a squad of police caused tho death of tho auto victim F Hawcs 65 years old Sirs Sttilcgcls husband 78 years old It believed to be dying also his Injuries being critical because of his ago Ills arm was broken and ho was cut and bruised Tho ambulance dashed Into the crowd awaiting cars without ringing UK bell which later was found to have been broken Oarman attempted to throw his horse but failed OFFICIAL DROPPED DEAD Warden of Indiana Penitentiary Drops Dead During Excitement Caused by Fire Michigan City IndDuring a fire It tho Indiana stato prison here War den James D Held dropped dead of heart trouble Tho fire started In a storeroom among some rags presumably from spontaneous combustion and tho warden and other prison officials collect cd there to assist In getting It under control with tho aid of the city fire department and a fire brigade at the prison The fire was suppressed before much damage had been done but the warden after considerable agitation sud denly dropped to the floor and expired In a fow seconds Warden Reid was ono ot the most noted prison men in tho country Ho became head of tho prison on Novem ber 1 1901 coming from South Bend He was 52 years old SPENT FORTUNE QUICKLY Had Consumption and Wanted to En- Joy Life While It Lasted Phoenix ArIzMrs Margaret Falcon 21 years old died here In abject roverty after living a glittering life and spending 20000 within six monthsShe married a year ago to Wil liam Falcon and when sho learned that she had consumption they bought an automobile and traveled a pace that was startling to local society When remonstrated with by friends she calmly replica that she would b3 dead soon dead a long time and was going to enjoy every minute of time and every dollar ot money left to ilex nor moneY besan to run low and seeIng that the end of the purse and womans life were In sight her husband took what she would give him and deserted her Almost her last act was to give to mill girl whom she had befriended last dollar sho possessed 11 Tho little girl was tho only person her acquaintance ot more favored times that called at tho hospital to visit her GOES TO PROPER COURT Crazy Man Wandered Into Probate Judges Room Cincinnati A man who gave his namo as Joseph Iroll who claimed to be from Ann Arbor Mich wandered Into the probate court and gave evi dence that ho was mentally unbal anced Ho walked up to Judge Lue ders who was on tho bench and an nounced that ho had killed a man Ho asked the judge to send word to AnnlArITho roan stated that ho was a me chanic and that a brakeman had thrown him from a train near Clncln natl He commenced to give a ram tiling story of his life Ho said that he had worked for Teddy Roosevelt but that Roosevelt was not strenuous enough for him BO ho quit The man was taken to tho Hammond street police station nnd lockrrt up Judge Lueders sent n telegram to the address ho gave in Ann Arbor DROPPED DEAD ON GOLF LINKS Mansfield OCol B F Crawford former president of the National Bis cult company dropped dead on the golf links of the Country club hero Col Crawford had just returned to his old homo In Mansfield from a years tour of the world Ho was G7 years of ago and born In Miami county Ho resigned as president of tho biscuit company nbout five years ago but is still a heavy stockholder and director BANK PRESIDENT ARRESTED Rochester N yAs tho result ot disobeying a supreme court order to appear as a witness in the United States Independent Telephone case now on trial Brcckenrldge Jones president ot tho Mississippi Valley Trust Co of St Louis arrested at Cazenovla was brought to Rochester Efforts were made to secure tho at tendanco of Mr Jones at the first trial in tbo telephone suits last spring and although served with a subpoena ho failed to appear CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP IIBy REV STEPHEN PAULSON I Plttiburt Pe =sText Our citizenship Is In heaven Phil JM In founding this republic our fath ers established five institutions that seemed necessary to the development of a high order of manhood Since hero the common people were to be rulers It was plainly necessary to educate tho multitude No Inventor commits his Invention Into the hands of an Ignorant man and our fathers feared to trust those powerful political tools the bal lot and free speech Into the hands of Ignorant and untrained men So they established tho free school iacy also founded the free press be lieving that the citizen should be made acquainted with all that goes on In Gods great world that our people should not be Ignorant peasants but citizens of the world The result is the Intelligent unity of a hundred million people and tho breaking down of all sectional differences They also established liberty and po litical equality Not that all men aro equal In strength of body or quality of Intellect or power of personality but that each man has an equal right to justice and self development The grass tho Illy and tho oak are not equal in station nnd perhaps not equal In usefulness but are equal In their right to claim from soil and rain and sun what they need for growth and sustenance Our fathers emphasized tho family recognizing that all subsequent rela tionships aro made or marred in the family circle They looked upon this homo as a miniature republic and they looked to earnest mothers for tho sturdy and honest citizenship of the futureThe founders of tho republic also be lieved most emphatically in a free church They decreed that the Lords day should bo a training day for the soul and conscience that men might grow fine and strong and that great and true convictions might be devel oped For tho measure of power of n republic Is not In Its resources and wealth but in tho quality of manhood producedWe today many problems before us as there always will be great problems before a growing and pro grossing nation but our greatest need is a Christian citizenship We need men who live and act the principles of Jesus Christ In our high offices In places of responsibility In tho great marts of business That It will bo so It Is not an Idealists dream but will bo a realization of tho future to which present Indications point In a despotism where one family rules tho task of educating the rulers Is simple It means tho teaching of the members of a single family In a monarchy It means the education of a few thousand of tho upper classes In a republic tho great peril Is moral ig norance among millions many of them newly r mo to our shores Wo hnve- established our public schools for tho training of tho Intellect but unfortu nately we have eliminated morals and spiritual knowledge from tho class room Five or six hours every week are given to mathematics for years because wo must count money and weigh sugar and salt compute coal and measure land Years for the study of mathematics not one minute for tho training of a childs morals and char acter Tho president of tho National Educational association affirmed in his annual address that there are ten millions of young people under 17 who never cross the threshold of a church Wo teach children that two nnd two make four but not that it is wrong to falsify accounts We teach them that fire burns in science but not that tho boy who tries to satisfy his desire for pleasure with sin is like ono who eats redhot coals We teach the girl that hot water scalds but we do not tell her that there aro passions which Indulged In will blight her very soul Look at the jails filled with boys whom we allow to grow up like vandals Con sider the prisons crowded with young criminals Look at the moral Insen Iblltty among our rich men and legis lators to whom truth and justice should bo snood Wo breed our own dangers through neglect Wo spend vast energy In tho discussion of the tariff onplg Iron as If with it tho republic would survive of perish but wo neglect tho souls of men Wo spend hundreds of millions digging mud out of tho rivers while tho mouths of our children spout mud and tho tenement houses oozo disease and crime Surely there never was a time in tho history of the republic when the influence and work of tho church was needed more than It Is to day We have well known examples of how gladly people flock to the standard of any man who shows him self a sturdy uncompromising Chris tian citizen And on the other hand we see that a man who is not a Chris than though ho may bo exalted to n high place Is soon weighted and found wanting Our fathers laid well the founda lions but their work cannot be per fcctqd without tho fidelity of tho sons We have a marvelous heritage we reap what we did not sow But God forbid that wo should prove faithless t the principles ot our fathers So let us on this day call tho roll of con viction which He deeprooted In truo citizenship and thq first truth that meets us is that a man must bo n citizen of tho kingdom of God before he can bo a truo citizen of a Chris Uan nation ITHE MARKETS I Cincinnati Grain WheatNo 2 red Jlal03 No 3 red 32a9tc CornNo 2 white 63V4a 64c No 3 white G3a63V4c No 2 yel low G2aG2Hc No 3 yellow 61a62c No3 mixed GlafilKc yellow ear 63a Cfic mixed oar CiaG5c white ear 62a 64c OatsNo2 white 35a36c No S white 33a34c standard white 34a 341 c No 2 mixed 321ia42c No 3 mixed 32a32 c hayNo 1 timothy 725al775 No 2 timothy 1575a 1C25 No3 timothy J132flalS75 No t clover mixed J1460al5 No 2 clover mixed J13al3SO DarleyNo2 spring 80a83c No3 70a75c RyeNo 2 75a77c No 3 72a74c Malt Spring barley 87a90c Cincinnati Live Stock CattleShIppers 625a715 butcner steers extra 610a650 good to choice 525a6 heifers extra J510a52 good to choice J425a5 cows extra 475a5 good to choice 4a4G5 Dulls Bolognas 335a425 fat bulls 425 B475 Calves Extra 950 fair to good J7n925 Hogs Selected heavy 965a 97G good to choice packers and butchers 97fia9SO mixed packers r0a980 common to choice heavy fat sows J625aS25 light shippers JS65a 980 pigs 110 Ibs and less J870a 980 Sheop Extra J425 good to choice 350a415 LambsExtra 725a735 good to choice JGa715 yearlings J4o525 Cincinnati Miscellaneous Butter Extras 32c lb firsts 31c fancy dairy 21 hc Poultry Hens 12c lb spring chicken 13Ihc spring ducks 12c turkeys 19c geese 6a7c Eggs Prime firsts 23tc doz firsts 21c Apples Maiden Blush f4 bbl fancy 3 medium J150a2 Iluckleberries350- a4 bu PeachesJL75a250 crate Potatoes Homegrown 2a250 bbl sweet J2HO bbl Pears Bartlett 250 bu Plums Wild Goose lal50 bu abundant 75ca125 damsons J150a 175 basket crate Sugar Corn8a lOc doz String Beans Jlal25 2bu sack Tomatoes 50a75c bu Water melons 15a25c each WIDE ACTIVITY INDICATED Decrease of Bank Clearings In New York City Cause of 15 Per Cent Loss as a Whole New YorkDuns Review says The movement In most departments of trade and Industry Is indicative of Increased confidence and wider acUv ity as tho fall season draws near While the August clearings as a whole were 15 per cent under those of 1900 this was due entirely to the big decrease In New York for outside that city there was a small gain During the last week there has been a falling oft ot 325 per cent in New York and of 41 per cent outside Railroad earnings In three weeks of August Increased CI per cent The most striking event ot the week was an advance in August cotton to 20 cents the highest price In a genera tlon duo to covering by shorts but other months were not affected and the crop advices put the cotton con dillon as considerably better thin last year with a largo acreage The condition Is however under that of last month Further progress appears In iron and steel tho recent improvement In demand now becoming mOre Impres sive Conditions In the pig Iron division aro distinctly better and higher prices aro asked for next years delivery although some concessions are noted for early shipment Sales ot close to 70000 tons have been made of late and several important inquiries are pending which create a hopeful sentiment regarding prospects for a large fall business In the finished lines also the situation is more en couraging specifications being heavy in all departments- A sensational advance in the Au gust cotton option on Monday brought the highest price In over three do cades further covering by the short account forcing quotations upward to- O cents per pound ThJs jjexelDii ment was wholly duo to speculative Influences and the new crop deliveries were not affected some weakness ap pearing later in tho week on pros pects of a large movement and slight ly better crop advices i Bradstreets Review New York Bradstreets says Best reports as to fall jobbing trade still como from the leading western cities and there Is apparent a fairly free movement of staples and and ap ircciablo Improvement In collections in the centers feeling the Impetus ot the unexampled movement of grain to market At a few southern centers too there is a triflo more activity There were more failures In August than In any precedlpg month since March The total 934 was 8 per cent larger than In July this year or than In August last year though 7 per cent smaller than in August 1903 Liabili ties aggregated 111933539 an In crease of 42 per cent over August last year hat 53 per cent below August VJ08 New York City has 23 per cent moro failures than In August a year ngo Wheat Including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the week ending September 1 aggregate 1924188 bushels against 1293911 bushels last week and 3188CU bushels this week last year For the nine weeks ending September 1 exports aro 122C5573 bushels against 1721fl84rt bushels In the corresponding period last year Corn exports for the week are 216 40S bushels against 139169 bushels last week and 177930 bushels In 1909 For the nine weeks ending September 1 corn exports are 2312405 bushels against 9G24H1 bushels last year 2L 1I J 1835 Berea College 191 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 64 instructors 1365 students iron 27 states Largest college library fa Kentucky NO SALOON- SA special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecturer library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free tort booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finIshed fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Loam and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course to that a young mama secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY Z 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gel man Algebra History Science otc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educaUonal standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a flrstclaas certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces nary for StatecertlJ1cate- MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory P Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra teM Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money Jtcelved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he paystIn This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and woman to lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train Ing and getting pay according to tho value of their labor Except In win ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their ex penses Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the beet but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffeo or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lag of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 60 coats In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books eta This Is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 1500 a term JG In Academy and Normal and 700 in Colic slate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows Vocational i Model Normal and FALL School Academy College Incidental Fee J 500 J GOO f 700 Room 5GO ECO 660 Board 7 weeks 945 945 945 Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 f2105 f2205 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 945 945 Total for term 2950 3050 3160 If paid In advance 2900 3000 13100 WINTERi Incidental Fee 500 GOO 700 Room 600 600 600 Board 6 weeks 900 90P 90P I 4 Amount due Jan 4 1911 2001 f2109 2809 Board for 6 weeks due Feb 15 1911 90190I 909 Total for term 2900 3000 3100 If paid In advance 2850 f2950 3050 SPRING= Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room o 400 400 400 Board 5 weeks 675 675 675 Amount duo March 29 1911 1575 1675 1775 Board for 5 weeks duo May 3 1911 675 675 675 Total for term 2350 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as tallowsNo allowance for free lion of a week On board refund in tulLII On room and Special Expenses there Is a large loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf of tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of tho term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re celve a certificate for one hnlf the incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Baron College on payment of term bills by the sta tent In person or a brother or sister it presented within four terms The first day of Fall term is September 14 1910 The first day of Winter term Is January 4 1911 The first day of Spring term is March 29 1911 For Infonnatloa or friendly advise writs to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY t I Ir a A t t E 1 tad I I DR DENTIST raoNK OFFICE OVER STORE DAN Fire Life and Accident Phone 505 Richmond Ky WANTED fresh country butter Top prices- J Depot Street LexingtonxLeonard Spence vis- Ited relatives town week Brewer town Sun- I Louis Hugh days week t Lewis Thursday extended visit Bender town Sunday Miss Lillian Ambrose Monday Chicago student Moody Institute coming Corwin spent greater part summer Lake Chautauqua returned Berea Saturday Sallie Adams been visiting past months Villa Grove return r visiting days Monday there with daughter returned Thursday Miss Maggie Taulbee arrived week from Salyersvllle school during Kirk town Tues ed are the that will be worn this season how different they feel in the Red Cross Shoehow restful they feel Have your shoes fashionable but add the Red Cross comfort style Though regular thicknets double when much thecloserstorecharacterfentparasuJrbCome lI- The comfort Cron styles Bend Walk duenot certain Know different style shapebut wonder Cross High which Shoe Oxfords tanned bya special process EN F COYLE BEREA KY t You pay less get more I I 000000000000000000000000000it J t i 0 Berea and Vicinity f- 0- it II 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES io IJ So oeoooeoooeoooeooeoooeooooooooeo i I BEST CXTV lp- r I RACKET H BRECK ItInsurancei All the I 4 J S Gott I Mr and Mrs In at the first of the i Mr Hal was In 1 day t Mr Parks of Cincinnati via j ited here and at for several of last Miss Ida left for Vanceburg for an Mr Joe was In over left for She will be a at for the I 1v year Miss E K who has T the of the at j to t9 1 Mrs who has for the two Inj 1Missouri and 111 last and uf ter a few I her to Berca j last She will be I 111 in here the year I Mr Carl was In day night These styles Learn just as You can get the exact you of you want and you will find that the can bend it new once way In and see the new F of the Red them in Shoe is to any them how or to the feel in the Red Shoe ful ease tta sole I 450 and 5II 350 and St b or I I i o j Dgnt fail to see the bargains in laces embroideries braids trimm ings dress fabrics and the very best and latest in linens shantungsand i dont forget the chinaware at 9 M Mr Arvld Slier Is spending a few days at his home In Tennessee before school opens A big remnant sale going on thla week at Welchs Miss Margaret Dlzney who has been spending the summer In Ashland IlL came home Saturday Mr Will Parks who had been very 111 for a long time died last Wednes day night at the home of his sister Mrs Mary Click near Whites Sta tion Funeral services were conducted In the Baptist church by Rev W P Wilks The burial was in the Berea cemeteryFOR SALEEight room house about one acre lot good well and barn 11000 W H Bower Mr and Mrs F M Livengood have returned from their vacation spent at Ravenna and Mount Vernon 0 Secretary Gamble was in Cincinnati TuesdayDr returned last Thursday and immediately plunged Into arrange month for the Fall opening FARM FOR SALE BO acres 25 acres in woodland 25 In cultivation Good house good barn plenty of water A mile and a half from Berea Price 800 dollars For particulars see or write W J Blanton Berea Ky A good chance for bargains In the remnant sale at Welchs this weeK John Guinn Is very ill this weekx Mildred and Henry the little chil dren of Mr and Mrs Jesse Kinnard gave a Jolly party to about forty nt their young friends Saturday after noon A bounteous supply ot refresh tents were served and the children enjoyed the occasion very much Miss Pattie Moyere who has been in the Hospital with typhoid for some time is able to be out again Prof Raluo will preach at the Uu ion church Sunday morning the lltii Miss Kate Coddington returned last week from Roanoke Va bringing her mother with her They will oc cupy rooms In tho Pasco house MRS EARLYS Among those who have returned for the First Semester are Carrie Spangler Maggie Taulbee John Mar lett and Horace Caldwell Miss Lucy Smith of Brooklyn N Y formerly Mr J R Rogers steno grapher arrived Saturday to enter school and do stenographic work for Dean Ellis this year To Katherine Johnson is due the credit for a very pleasant evening on the Presidents lawn last Saturday A party of about thirty met there and enjoyed a good time together Lemon sherbet cookies and fudge were served Mr Davidson will lead the Christian Endeavor meeting next Sunday night at the Union church Every one Is cordially invited Mrs Taylor Is steadily improving and It Is hoped that she will soon be well Mr Taylor will return this week reaching Berea Friday night Mr and Mrs Llndsley and family returned Friday from a six weeks visit with their home folks at Corn ing N Y and vicinity The County Fair at Mrs W H Porters Friday evening 7 oclockI 1 MAIN STREET 4- r The Tent meetings conducted by the Methodist church closed last Tuesday night Tho attendance has been large and the meetings molt helpful E Owen and family left the 4th of Sept for Paso Robles California where they expect to live for some timeDeputy Sheriff W A Johnson ar rested Zeko Royston last Saturday ut the Colored Baptist association In Farrlstown lie took ono hundred bottles of whiskey and a pistol away from his prisoner and lodged him In the Richmond Jail Rpyston was tried Monday before Judge Shackle ford lie pleaded guilty on two whis key charges and was fined J100 on each charge A fine of 100 and 80 days In Jail at hard labor was also Imposed for carrying the pistol Ceo Broaddus from whose buggy the whiskey was sold was also arrested and placed under a J200 bond to ap pear Sept 13th Prof M E Marsh and family have returned from their visit among friends In Clay County They report an enjoyable time Mrs M Early was in Cincinnati for a few days of this week un Prof John W Peck the new In structor In Mathematics and Science for the Academy arrived Tuesday Prof Peck Is a graduate of the Uni versity of Nebraska and also of the University of Chicago For the past seven years he has been Supt of schools In Douglas Wyoming- Mr T II Horton who used to work In the college woodwork depart ment and whom many will remem ber as the basa singer of the college quartette writes from Stillwater Blcknell left Wednes day for Cleveland Ohio where she will visit relatives for several daysI Miss Etta Lewis left Wednesday for an extended visit with her sister Mrs Everitt Todd at Goodfleld 111 Dr and Mrs Cowley have been at New York Mlles N T since their return from Europe They go from there to Rochester to visit a sister of Mrs Cowley and then to Loraln Ohio to visit Dr Cowloys people for a few days They expect to arrive in Berea at noon Saturday the 10th Mrs Cowley Is almost entirely re covered and expects to be quite her former self by the time she gets home VaV1 i CREAM FLOUR foitu fECONOMY r- AT riri Phone 108 WALTER ENGLE Berea KYf 0JProf L V Dodge and wife return ed on Monday from a two weeks visit In the southland At Williams burg Ky they were the guests of Mrs It D Denham a former Berea student and Inmate of Prof Dodgos home The longest part of the visit was at the homo of Prof Dodges brotherinlaw and sisterIn law Pmt and Mrs O W Laurence at Unlcol Tenn In a beautiful valley of the mountains close to the North Carolina line Several days were spent at Knoxvllle Tcnn which they report as a very attractive city Both are much Invigorated by tho trip Boone Cottage will be headquarters for young ladles of tho Model Schools with Miss Douglass as Teacher In charge When You Think of Drugs Chemicals r Sick Room Supplies Trusses Crutches Toilet Articles Perfumes Box Candy Stationery Silveraware Kodaks Jewelry Watches THINK OF US Porter Drug CompanyINCOR- PORATED Berea Kentucky OklahomaMiss JARS The rooms In Pearson Hall are being assigned to young men of the col leglato department not Including Freshman Literary and are nearly all occupied already Howard Hall is renovated through out and Is practically a now building- It will be reserved for young men of the Academy The cattle law has been poorly enforced and consequently new col lego lawns have been badly trod den by stock whose owners seemed to have turned them loose at night Some Intruders have also invaded the couIHtQuentlybtrung for protection which will no shield hedges and plants to be ntIIn tho fall Hugh L White Navel cadet former Berea student expects to visit DereaI this fall after seeing homo Burning Springs Ho says Annapolis does not have such good lectures and other general advantages as Berea Prof Raise and children arrived in wednesYImorning hlSIvacation RHODUS C HAYES The Quality Store Eldean Patent Flour 70c 1 a bag cash at WJTatumsFresh North Cor Main SttBerea GREAT ScoiT- CAdT You SEE IT I How i rirM- ro wY 1YoUR COAL I 551Nc If you want to secure the low est price of the year buy winters coal now I If you want good service along I with good coal permit us to fill your bin at o- rHolliday fe Co KyII Miss Welch arrived In Berea Wednesday morning from her sum mer study and travel In Europe I Mrs Rldgeway of the Library staff Is back In Berea after a few weeks vacation FOR SALE OR RENT Two of the most desirable residence properties in Berca Situated on Chestnut I Street with cement walks Ones six room house with cistern and cellar One a nine room house well cistern and large cellar Iloom for garden or chickens For terms apply to Mrs Jennie Lester Hill Bcroa Ky AN ORDINANCE The City Council of the City ofiBerea Kentucky Do ordain as fol lowsSec No1 That tho corporate its of this city be extended as IImIlows beginning at a point on corllOratuluno westerly course to 11 W Todds aiexcluding It thence a course to where the branch crosses turnpikeIthnncecourse to the residence of Laura t Spence on the Berca and Asbury road thenco a straight hue to the L I N railroad bridge where it crosses brushy fork at J W Fowlers farm x thence down said creek with the meanders thereof to the corporate line of Berea L Gay Mayorf 1 IJF Coyle Clerk I I F I t For Good Clothing r 4 C I j 4 Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes Mens WomensandChildrensFurnishingsj I If BUY FROM Ji dl J f t1 j 1 BEREA KY f A Good Example ofMcAlesterwomen I suffered with my head and back for over six years anything me me up I am so thankful that 1 have found something that will do haveInIt Is well to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will take when you are sick Take CARDUIH7 ItThe Womans Tonic to take It when you are tired miserable and when life seems a weary grind It will put new mindIfaslcforIf sick or weak get a bottle today At all druggists TeaiwaIBEREAS BAR6AIN COUNTER I ConllnunI from Pint rage e some less pleasant and less profitable fewa if you do not put It In for edu cation These courses make a man ac quainted with the great minds of all 4ages the course of human history and progress the Inventlona discoveries inspirations ot tho world Such a I course is the highest pleasure and selfIndulgence And It fits a man for 4 the service ot his follow men in both private and public life Every high school teacher magistrate or moth er of great men should take ono of these course And Derea offers two still longer courses for those ot largest talent and ambition tho Scientific course and the Classical course V The Cabinet Organ This Is the musical Instrument for the homo the Sunday school and the church Berca owns tho cabinet organ which Mr McGranahan used In Evangelistic meetings for many years 1 give the best and quickest training for tho use of this beautiful Instrument less sharp costly and pretentious than a piano and for one third tho cost of f such Instruction at other places In Made by Kentucky There is pleasure and pro fit for the girls who get this tralt ing and have It to use in their home communities I THANKSGIVING Continued from Pint Page wife and I naturally think of first coming to Berea in the fall lour1802 Only a few college workers Osborne and Miss Douglas and a few citizens like Samuel Hanon and Frank Hays and Dr Cornelius remember It now Wo came In faith We believed that It was Gods purpose to enable Beroa College to bless the people of this re glon and we have seen that purpose more and more fulfilled Less thanI flfty students met us at the opening of that first fall term Next week we expect nearly a thousand to be in the chapel Wednesday morning We do not mention It to claim the least credit for ourselves but In gratitude to God who has done it all And can you realize how burdened we feel at this now beginning ot our I work A big family Is more blessed than a small one but It costs more IsIn PIANO TUNING Prof Rigby is a well equipped experienced tuner and all work is guaranteedSpecial Rates 250 tin Sept 15th After that 3 four tunings within one year 5 This is the best way to care for a piano HOW CAN HOME BE HAPPY when the food is not of the best Try a sack of Cream of Wheat flour and know the joy of eating flne bread biscuits cakes etc If all your other food is as good as that baked from Cream o f Wheat flour you certainly are to be envied Order a sack today and be sure it is Cream of Wheat BEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS Prop Berea Ky Timber Lands Wanted We are in the marketfor two tracts of timber land of from 5000 to 20000 acres Owners must write us 1 t immediately stating price i terms and location 0 P PorterHowell Co Berea Kentucky I J 1 Ing as over Ho must enable us to guide tho hearts ot this great army of young people And he must give the dally bread for their support lie rea did not have money enough fur tho work wo felt must be done in 1SJ2 and the first thing I did afl President ot tho college was to sign a note at tho bank and borrow money Today wo have more money and more build ings but still last year students had to live four In a room Wo have bought tho Dodge place and other pro party so as to have room for growth and built a new heat and power plant We did It In faith borrowing the money and as I come home from absence again my first official act is to sign a note at tho bank God keeps us still In the school of econ omy and prayer The blessed thing Is that tho Lord has been with us lie has given us peace and love for one another He has brought us gifted and devoted men and women as college workers Our chapel has resounded with the voices of some of the greatest of Gods mes sengers on earth And students ot ours have spread those blessings In every county in Kentucky and every stato In the Union Praise ye tho Lord In humble gratitude Wm Goodell Frost A WORD WITH FATHER AND MOTHER Tho school begins at Berca next Wednesday September 14 and your son and daughter have been wanting togoYou have studied over the matter and hesitated perhaps The Institu tion makes the expenses as low HB possible and still it takes some money to send them And then you will miss their help In the house and on tho farm And besides that you will miss their company You hate to let them go away from home You would not be a true parent It you did not feel these things X But look at the other side Noth ing hazard nothing have You will never know what is In that boy and girl unless you give them a chance to develop It In a good school The fact that they want to go shows that they ought to go and that they will Im prove tho time It you send them You may well be thankful that you have children who desire an educa tionSuppose you deny them now and that a little later the boy gets Into bad company or the girl runs olcI with some worthless fellow you could never forgive yourself for not send ing them to school when they want ed to go- They will need education more than they will need property after you are dead You have had some trouble yourself for lack of education They will have ten times more need of it than you have had Remember that the teachers in a school where Jesus Christ Is the model will be like fathers and moth ers to your children Send them on and follow them with your prayers R R GUIDE Continued from Pint rage may be coming together to get ac quainted Note below the reduction given on all roads south of the Ohio Read Carefully FROM CHICAGO via BIG FOUR leaving from Lake Front at 12th Street at 905 p in Monday Sept 12 arriving at Cincinnati 715 a m next morning t FROM CLEVELAND via Big Four leaving Union Depot on Lake Front and Dank Sis 900 p m Monday Sept 12 arriving at Cincinnati 640 a m next morning FROM CINCINNATI via L N leaving Central Station Central Ave and 3rd St 800 a m Tuesday Sept 13 Train arrives at Berea 12 noon CHICAGO AND CLEVELAND par ties and others from long distances are advised to buy thru tickets to Berea SOUTHERN ROADS give a rate of two thirds fare for parties often or more traveling on ono ticket These parties may be made up by ANYONE and from ANY POINT FROM JOHNSON CITY TENN Via SOUTHERN leaving at 328 p in Tuesday Sept 13 arriving at Knox tillo 640 p m Leaving KNOXVILLE via L N 1055 p m arriving at heron 347 next morning FROM APPALACHIA VA via L N leaving at 645 a m Tuesday- S 13 arriving at Berea 129 p in L SHOULD BE ON HAND at Lone hour before train is sched uled to leave In order to procure the ticket In a body check baggage etc which cannot be done until till are present If any one is late It may cause him to pay full rare Sincerely yours Will C Gamble SPECIAL ENTRANCE RULE Residents of Berea are reminded of the special rule adopted three years ago that any young person whoso homo Is in Berca and who does not enter the Institution In the Fall Term will not be received In the Winter Term The purpose of this rulo Is to encourage students to enter the Insti tution for tho entire year or at Ieasrfor the fall and winter and to prevent the overcrowding of tho winter term This is for the benefit of the students Students advance much more rapidly when they can go to school continuously It Is bad for them and bad for tho classes they enter to change from the public school to the college in the middle ot a year Students from outalde Berea havo to teach or for other reasons are forced to come for winter and spring only but young people who live in Berea can Just as well begin In the fall If they are desirous of attending the Institution at all It Is better for any family to have ono child in the Institution for the entire year than to have two children In for a part of the year And everyone should understand that if a person can only attend part of a year tho taU Is in every way the best part THE CUCKOOS NESTLING It is said that a cuckoo lays its egg In the nest of a small sparrow and the young cuckoo being bigger than the young sparrows gets their food and often turns them out of the nest So it is In a district school where one or two big scholars take all the teachers time and the little scholars are neglected The big schol Theyhavegain and again What they need is to go to a larger school where they will meet tho best young people from other places and get stirred up by a little competition Derea College in all Its depart ments open September 14th sad we hope the young cuckoos or the straggling big scholars In several hundred school districts will start away from home to school Berca can take the best care of them and the homo school will be greatly im proved by having them out of the nest RALLYING SONG FOR OPENING DAY Tune Scots who hae wi Wallace Bled Hear the soul Inspiring call Glad proclaim to students all Opening Day in early fall At Old Berea Heres the place and nows the hour Stores to gain of Wisdoms nowor Worthier far than rich mans dower At Old Berea Lesser tolls are now laid by Courage gleams In every eye Youth resolves to do or die At Old Berea Light the fires on every hill Spread the news with right good will- Learnings lamp glows brighter still At Old Boron J W Dinsmore La Polnte Wisconsin August 8 1910 MISS ROBINSON WRITES UIDear Citizen Just before I left Hanover I vis ited the Blue Mountain Deer Park This park is eleven miles long and the fence around it measures more than twentyfive miles In the park aro probably more than a thousand 107butralocserds In the United States We saw several deer but our party was too largo to get close enough to the buf faloes to see them The deer are rather wild beauso they aro hunted a good deal They are wilder than the ordinary wild deer of the State because the latter are protected by our gait laws nearly the whole year dayItclimbingAones I think they live in the rocks on a hill in my woodlot Coming homo from a long walk highhillMils In nearly every direction From north to south I could see at least sixty miles and more than half ts westFromI had a glorious view of about thirty miles or more radius around about three quarters of the horizon Mountains lakes farms and a prosperous city were all in range of vision Vacation Is nearly over and We shall soon be in Berea Josephine A Robinson POSTMASTERS TO MEET In Louisville Sept 13 14 and 15 It has been decided by the Post masters Association which Includes Presidential offices and tho State League ot Postmasters of Third and Fourth class offices to hold a Joint meeting this year In Louisville Sept 14th and 15th The League will meet at 2 oclock p m on tho 13th for the purpose ot transacting such busi ness as pertains to League affairs onlyOn the 14 and 15th tho Association and League will hold a joint meet ing for the purpose ot discussing postal affairs There will be several representatives of the Postoffice Department present to give Instructions The new Money Order and Registry systems will bo fully explained Every Postmaster should attend as they will learn more than they would in years at home and many things they would never learn otherwise IT IS THE TRUTHNOW IS THE TIME TO BUY COAL There has been a 25c rise In the price of coal in the last ten days That is the amount of your loss There will be another 250 rise In a few days Will that represent your loss See Holliday the coal man HONOR TO WASHINGTON f After the Revolution Congress voted to Washington a statue and a large sum of money Ho at once de clared that ho would not accept a single cent They reminded him that he had served eight and a half years without pay and plead earnestly to win his consent but in vain Then the sum which had been voted was Invested by order of Congress in some rI srgovernment undertaking in Wash ingtons name and he was told af ter the deeds were made out that now It was too late to refusehe would simply have to accept It But he still refused Inexorably It was a gift but he felt It to be like a bribe I Tho whole nation seemed in a conspiracy to heap riches upon him but It could not be done without his con sent and ho said No to the last He may have acted unwisely according to the modern view which is un fortunately more commercial than patriotic but he won the natlono undying respect and admiration for his determination not to make money out of his official position His at titude is in the sharpest contrast to that of some of the legislature and officials ot these days who are keen ly alive to the opportunities that arise to enrich themselves secretly With Congress and several of ourfState legislatures Investigating whole sale bribery charges and other forms of official corruption we are remind ed of the fact that wo have fallen on degenerate days as far as the standard of public honor and official Integrity Is concernedThe Chris tian Herald POLITICS IN LOUISVILLE The maneuvering has already begun which is soon to develop into a hot fight in Louisville Mr R W Bingham an independent Democrat and nominee ot the Republicans for Judge ot the Court of Appeals Is back from his vacation and ready for the fray The contest is also expected to be a warm ono in the Congressional race THE Berea National BankMo 8135- iteportof the condition of the Here National Hank at urea In the state of Kentucky at the close of builnesi Sept lit 101O RESOURCES j Loans and Discounts 103014 02 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 051 86 U S Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00 Banking house furniture and fixtures 8000 00 Other real estate owned 8100 00 Due from approved reserve agents 10473 55 Checks and other cash items 532 15 Exchanges for Clearing House 1545 00 Notes of other National Banks 23 20 LAWFUL Moss RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 7811 15 Legaltender notes 2277 00 10088 15 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 1250 00 ToriLr 173278 53 LIABILITIES Capitalstock paid in 25000 00 Surplus fund 0000 17 National Banknotes outstanding 25000 00 Individual deposits subject to check 112830 47 Certified Checks 445 80 TOTAL 173278 53 State of Kentucky County of Madison ta I J L Gay Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J L GAY Cashier Correct Attest J W Fowler Wright Kelley S B Baker Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of Sept 1010 G D Holliday Notary Public Second Annual Letter To Property Owners The time to cover that house Is on hand Hundreds of property owners are on the fence They know they must have a new roofbut what to buy Is the question Therhae been fooled so oftenevery roof man sells the best Of my roof Is better than anlon- eelsebut dont ask meask my customers They sell my roofs as as I can put them onsee what one of them says C A Dose Moore says To have Lengfellner cover a dwelling house with Galvanized Metal It a better Investment by 5000 than to employ some one else who claims he can do it just as good as Leng fellnerWhat Are the Reasons for Such a Strong Statement- I Mr Moore tried others and tried me He knows that roofing weighs about 35lbs more than the cheap Galvanized- roofing that floods the market now Galvanized Steel Is sold for 4cts per lb I give 100 more actual value to begin with Body to them II I order the very best of Galvanized Steel Since myagreement with the mills viz to return every defective sheet at their expense or dis count the Invoice for each defective square shipped to me the mills cannot but send the very best they can produce This it worth from faso to 100 per square to property owners Quality to them III My double standing seam and solid cross locks make my roof absolutely a perfect protection against the elements My roofs are Rain Hail Snow Sleet Wind Lightning and Fire proof You will have no trouble to get a good rate of Insurance They are the best insurance in themselves Protection to them IV My Roof Is a permanent Roof Each sheet Is tightlyand secretly anchored with double strength reinforced cleats It cannot blow oil Provision is made for expansion and contraction Science to them V My tin plate finish gives my Galvanized Roofs a nice and neat appearance 35 to 30 years from now when you begin to paint them no one can tell them from an fSoo per square tin plate roof Class to them VI If anything should get wrong with the roofs I put on any tinner can repair with the least expense because fundamentally they are put on right Those roofs put on with sticks or what not by workmen who can do just as good as Lengfellner are as a rule fundamentally wrong It costs about faoo per square to pull them off and put them back the way I put my new roof on now You also lose a lot of roofing and after all you have a second hand roof I pull oil lots of those cheaply put on Galvanized roofs Yes some I put on For I nor anyone else can make a tight job out of readymade Galvanized roofing I had to quit buying ready made roofing Since I buy flat sheets and make my own roofing and double seam them I can guarantee every job to give perfect and permanent satisfaction Any trouble I can correct easily with out any expense to the owner Workmanship to them For these and many other reasons hundreds of property owners have learned that my 500 Galvanized roof Is a good Investment while those 300 Galvanized roofs put on In a cheap way are a continual expense Mr Moores statement is about right HENRY LENGFELLNER Tinner Phone No 1 702 BEREA KY Tin Shop Jackson St P S Have on hand several thousand feet Guttering Warm air Furnaces Plenty of Galvanized sheets bought at the right price Slate and high grade Composition Roofing Skylights Tanks Gelling etc c Y The Citizen family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting r rnblithed every Tbnrdy at Berea Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated J P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Rates rAYABUB IN ADVANCB alt Year It Six Idontbaktime Month SS Send money by rat o15ce or Bipret Mooi Order Draft XefUiered Letter or one tad two atnI fttmp Tile date after name em Ubel ihowi to What date auUcriptlon la paid If It h not hanged within three week alter renewal wtlfy us Jl will be gladly aupplled If WII art toted Tina premlnnsi cheap with now mbrerletnnr tad prompt noawmli Bend for Premium list Liberal term given to any who obtain new nbaeriptloni for era Aa on leading ua four early can tedeveTheCluatafree- keblmaelf fir one ar Advertising rates on application JcIKaett or KZVTUCTY TRESS ASSOCIATION Humor as a seventh sense is good sense not to bo disregarded When ordering hobble skirts specl fy whether they aro to force a trot or apace l of Two New York young men threw I dice foIa girL We pity both men and the girl Any hope is vain that the new hobO ble skirt la warranted to check ex travagance A New York woman committed auV clde at 91 proving onco more that this is an impatient age Sent to prison for an undignified at tempt at suicide Did any one ever find a real dignified means jTheold war between blondes and Is to be renewed You can J not dodge the issue this time An Ohio farmer has found that makes destroy potato bugs We would I prefer not to raise potatoes Another great aviation meet is to be held in France soon Funeral arrangements have not been made Each new Gotham breach of prom ise suit seems to produce mushier love letters than any marked Exhibit A before t Ir French telephone girls say I listen The American kind couldnt do that without telling whoppers now and then t iAhorse named DIg Stick hasrecently been winning races With that name tho horse simply had to win 1 The meaning of money Is a new book Most people disclaim the need of book knowledge on that subject Sailors on a German ship mutinied recently because the food was poor This should serve as a warning to the itmanagers of some of the summer re hotelsrA Pueblo Col educator says every child is born a liar But letI him cheer up Some of them out I grow it- Flirting says an eminent educator is womans safety valve Does 1asafety valve havo a siren at German gun factories are swamped with orders in spite of the fact that aeroplanes are about to make war tin- Y possible With no kissing in moving pIc- turesl parks street cars and public railway stations where is a poor fel- lowli going toT We may need a two and onehalfi cent piece but we certainly allowed the threecent piece to perish in In tcuous desuetude Smile when you get up in the morning advises an optimist Jut youd better straighten out your face while youre shaving A Pennsylvania woman aged 83 took hor first ride on a train the other day She may be expected to tacklo bicycle riding next A substitute for radium is being l offered so be sure when you order to get the original with the makers name blown upon the bottle t I Thanks to the general use of the typewriter the newspaper editor very seldom now sticks his mucilagebrush into the Ink bottle as be used to doI One of the collego professors think girls glgglo because they aro myo have always supposed they foolishI merely because they felt Two New York men shook dice tot decide which should have the girl they loved It doesnt sound half as romantic i as the old fasbioned 4tel with iwords or pistols t r r r ACCUSED OF THEFT ALLEGATIONS MADE EDWARD C RITSHER TOOK MONEY RUN NING INTO THOUSANDS BELOIT COLLEGE IS VICTIM I Said to Have Been Mulcted of 127000 Money Sunk In Wall Street Client and Partner LoseSulclde Is Hinted At Chicago Edward C RUsher personal counsel for John R Walsh dur tag his fight against government prosecution and who died lost June la accused of being a defaulter to the extent of hundreds of thousands of dollarsThe accusation made publlo Thurs day comes upon the people of Chicago as suddenly as did the news of the death ot John R Walshs favorite counselor The charges which attack the good name of tho dead lawyer are manybranched and Involve double leallng with his law partners appropriating a fee from one of them em bezzling from Beloit collego trust funds of which ho had the custody and robbing Mr Walsh at the time when ho was the most trusted con fidant in the defense of tho banker Trustees of Debit college of which Rltsher was custodian of securities and the deceased attorneys legal as sociates decided to suffer whatever losses they may have sustained In silence and not to air the charges against the noted lawyer Discovery of RUsbers alleged duplicity was made shortly before his death While in New York he was summoned to Chicago by his partners and asked to make restitution and ex planation RUsher left New York making an appointment to meet his partners in Chicago He arrived here two or three days before the date of the appointment He died sud denly within leas than twentyfour hours of the time set for his meeting with his partners Here are some of the allegations that are made against the dead attor neyThat securities belonging to Debit college and valued at 127000 which were in RUshers keeping disappeared John R Walsh camo to the rescue giving Ritsher 27000 which was turned over to the college Rltsher then gave a note for 100000 Ifo the college secured by J3 of his best friends That after RUshers law flan had done a vast amount of work on the Walsh case his partners asked if somo financial return could not be ob tained and Rltsher told them that Walsh was hard up and could not give them any money at the time Walsh however had paid him a fee of 170000 and an additional fee of 50000 which RiUher concealed from his partners That Rltsber converted to his own two the securities given by Mr Walsh to secure the two notes of 25000 That RUsher doublecrossed his client John R Walsh When arrangement were being made for swearing out the writ of certiorari In the United States Supreme court Walsh gave his note for 25000 and with it 60000 worth of securities as collateral At the same time he mado out a noto for 25000 payable to John S Miller an other of his attorneys and gave RiUher 60000 worth of securities for the noto which the attorney was to turn over to Miller RAILWAY OFFICIAL KILLS Is Attacked by a Discharged Employee and Shoots Dead the Would be Slayer St Paul MInnAlfred O Ray chief special agent of the Great Northern railway Tuesday shot and killed Charles P Welsh a former subor Inato in the Great Northern offlca building at St Paul after Welsh bad fired five shots at Ray Welsh was about 45 years old and had been dismissed by Ray about two months ago for shooting a man at Duluth Since that tlmo Welsh had been expressing vindictive feelings to Ray Welsh met Special Officer John Lane of tho Great Northern railway- at the headquarters building and be gars to rorllo Ray saying ho would get him Lano told Welsh to keep quiet as ho would not allow Welsh to speak llsrcspectfully of his superior officer whereupon Welsh turned his wrathful utterances against Lano Before Ray appeared at his office Welsh walked In and inquired of Chief Clerk Hess If there was any mall On being told there was noth- Ing for him Welsh said ho would return in a day or two Shortly afto ward Ray entered his office and Welsh returned As soon as ho opened the door ho drew a revolver from his pocket and began to fire at Ray At tho fifth shot Ray succeeded In getting his weapon Into action and with ono shot killed Welsh Spanish War Veterans Adjourn Denver ColAfter electing officers and selecting Oklahoma City Okla DS the next meeting place the con ventlon of tho Spanish War Veterans adjourned Thursday Joseph R H Jacoby of Seattle Wash was elected ommander lnchlef Trado Grows 5000000 Washington Total imports nnd ex ports of the United States for July were about 5000000 In excess of thoso for Jlly lasttyear according UP the bureau ot statistics IS THIS TO BE THE SOLUTION OF THE FORESTRY PROBLEM u WHITE CRUSES STIR TELLS OF NEW 960000 BRIBE FUND IN SENATORIAL BRIBERY CASE PEORIA MAN IS INVOLVED Grand Jury Probing Perjury Charges In Connection With Browne Trial Indict Former Aid of States Attor neyMore Indictments Expected ChlcagoA sensation was created In the Lee ONell Browne trial Wednesday when tho namo of Edward Hull of Peoria was mentioned In con nection with an alleged request telegraphed from Springfield for 60000 two days before tho election of Sena tor LorImer Charles A White recalled by the state In rebuttal made the statement concerning Hull and the 60000 fund White testified that the information was given him by William Rosaell an Important witness for tho defense He told of meeting Rossell and of a conversation they had In which White asked Rossell where the money came from that Is alleged to have been used to bribo legislators to vote for LorImerRossell told me testified White that while in Springfield he had heard of a telegram being sent to Edward Hull of Peoria two days before the election of Senator Lorimer requesting Hull to start at once for Springfield with 00000 Attorneys for the defense started from their chairs at these words and a commotion in court followed Patrick J Keeley suspended detective former aid who turned against States Attorney Wayman was in dicted on a chargo of perjury by tho special grand jury called by the prosecutor to Investigate perjury charges In the Browne case Rumors were rife that before the case of Drowne could go to the jury half a dozen more Indictments Involv ing persons closely connected with the trial would be voted The IndIct- ment of Keeley came just as the Browne defense had closed Its case After Browne closed his defense States Attorney Wayman attacked his case Residents of East 8t Louis were placed on the stand before Judge Kersten to impeach tho testimony given by George Gloss a motorman who was one of the most important witnesses for the defense The states witnesses swore they would not believe Gloss under oath A flat fight between States Attor ney Wayman and Attorney Erbsteln was narrowly averted In the trial The states attorney was called a trickster by the attorney for tho defense He retorted hotly In a moment Attorneys ODonnell and Forrest were on their feet to support their colleague whllo tho states hUb1buboNew York Gains 387 Per Cent Washington According to official census figures given out of the thirteenth census Thursday tho popula lion of the city of New York ts 4760 883 OB compared with 3437202 In 1900 and 2507414 In 1890 Tho in creaso from 1900 to 1910 therefore is 1329681 or 387 per cent omenMunich Bavaria Miss Rose Buck ingham of Ban Francisco was killed end Miss Agnes Roos of tho same city was severely Injured by a run away automobile as they were leaving the Prinz Regenten theater Tuesday rAsks Uniform Stock Law Chattanooga TennAt tho American Bar association meeting here Wednesday the committee on uniform laws reported urging an act to make uniform tho law regarding transfer of Corporation stock COOK AFTER POLE RECORDS EXPLORER AGAIN MAKING DASH FOR FROZEN NORTH PiperGoes In Search and Instru menta Which He Says Will Exonerate Him Copenhagen DenmarkDr Fred erick A Cook discredited in the eyes of the world by the findings of the University of Copenhagen In regard to tho explorers claim of having reached the north pole again Is on his way to tho top of tho world From Goodhayn Greenland there came a letter which establishes ap parently beyond doubt that tho Brook lyn surgeon is making his way north ward In the effort to find records and Instruments ho is said to have left In the frozen north By these records and instruments Doctor Cook hopes to establish his contention that bo was at the north pole a year ahead of Commander Robert E Peary It Is stated In tho totter that the Brooklyn man has expressed himself as confident of being able to convince the world ho Is entitled to full credit as the original discoverer of tho pole and to force tho scientists at the University of Copenhagen to reverse their adverso decision In this respect the writer oti the letter asserts that among tho reel dents of Greenland there exists the belief that every claim made by Doctor I Cook In connection with his dash northward is based upon fact and that tho explorer will bo enabled so to proveAn an steamer bound south ward recently dropped anchor In Goodhaven harbor says the letter and obIa second dash northward with the object of obtaining the proof which he expects will set him right before the world f TAFT PLEADS FOR HARMONY In Campaign Letter He Applauds Work of Congress and Tells Plan of Fixing Tariff New York President Taffs keynote letter addressed to Wil liam B McKinley of Illinois chair man of the Republican congressional committee and was given out by the Now York headquarters of the com mitteeIn tho president defends the Payne tariff law but acknowledges that there are parts of it which may be amenable to change His plan for getting at the Inequall ties of the law Is investigation by the rovlslonIthat by this means tho statute may bo adjusted properly without causing uneasiness in tho business world It seems to me says Mr Taft that all Republicans conservative progressive and radIcalmay well abide the situation with respect to the tariff until evidence now being ac cumulated shall justify changes in the rates Christine Nielsen Marrled New YorkIt became known Thursday that Christine Nielsen the actress was secretly married on July 16 in Saratoga to Joseph Lefller a real estate dealer and horseman Miss Nielsen will not retire from tho stage She is a native of California Khan of Khiva Dead In Asia St Petersburg Tho khan of Khiva In Turkestan Slid Mohammed Rak him Dahadur is dead from paralysis- of tho dqath Ha was born in aa45 COAL STRIKE IS AT AN END OPERATORS AGREE TO GRANT DE MANDS MADE BY MINERS PEORIA SCALE WILL STAND Agreement Is Reached at Conference Hold In Chicago Between Mine Owners and Workers Chicago Illinois coal operators have decided to yield to the demands of the miners An agreement based on the PeorIa contract was practl tally reached at a conference held In this city between committees of the Illinois Coal Operators association and the Illinois body of tho United Mine Workers of America and only minor details pertaining to working conditions remain to bo agreed upon On April 1 about 70000 miners In Illinois laid down their tools and awaited the signing of a new agreement by the operators A convention was held In Cincinnati In April at which many of the states came to an agreement The Illinois miners held out though on tho question of the payment of ehotflrors and a joint conference was later called In Peoria on May 21 In an effort to reach a set llemcnt The operators refused bow ever to grant tho demands of the men and negotiations were broken off turning what bad theretofore boot merely a suspension into a strike of 70000 miners On Juno 11 all pump men and engineers who had remained at work according to an agreement between the operators and miner pending negotiations were called out by the union In June tho fifth and ninth dIstrIcts of tho state seceded from tho ranks of the Illinois coal operators and signed up tho Peoria agreement un conditionally Since then operators have been capitulating ono by one In different parts of the state until the number of Idlo men baa been reduced to aboqt 40000 At tho request of T L Lewis in ternational president of tbo miners organization a joint convention was held between tho miners and oper ators at which a compromise agreement was offered by the operators It was far better than any which had heretofore been offered but did not grant all that tho miners demanded at tho Peoria convention It was left- to a referendum vote of the miners and John Walker president of tho 11 linois minors sent speakers out Into tho field to argue against Its accept anceThis resulted In the calling of s special convention In Indianapolis by Lewis which lasted ten days and was one of the stormiest ever held It resulted In a sweeping victory for Wal ker and tho compromise agreement was thrown aside Following tho Indianapolis conven tion several moro operators signed up- I with tho miners The Operators as sociation however determined that the fight should bo continued and appointed a committee of seven to con duct tho campaign It was decided that conferences should bo held once moro before the fight should bo car rled Into tbo winter months DEATH THREAT IN I C CASE Director of Oitermann Company Tee titles to Intimidation to Prevent Car Fraud Narrative Chicago Hearing of tho case against Frank B HarrIman Charles L Ewing and John M Taylor former Illinois Central officials charged with defrauding the company through car repairs was resumed In Judge Brugge meyers court Monday Tbcopblle Routbcr formerly a di rector of the Ostcrmann Manufactur ing company tho first witness testi fied that Henry C Ostcrmann presi dent of the Ostermaun company bad threatened to kill him if he Reuther told tho story of tho defrauding of tho Illinois Central out of 1000000 through car repairs Reuther told of Ostermanns alleged attack upon him in the offices of the company when he threatened to dls close the gigantic steal Thefts of valuable records confes alone letters reports and other proofs of frauds together with copies of important documents came to light In the graft war as a rival to the I600000 car repair swindle Documents containing evidence against the men higher up In the huge fraud disappeared from tho Illinois Central offices two months ago slmul taneously with the discharge of an employe In tho railroads secretserv ice department Rev F G Blngley an evangelist who preaches to tho women of the levee turned the bulk of tho missing papers over to Murry Nelson Jr chief counsel for the Illinois Central Monday JMy boys Paul eleven years old and Cecil nine years old found the papers floating in the river said the evangelist Roberts Ready to Depart Chlcagb George E Roberts presi dent of tho Commercial National bank beforo its consolidation with the Con tinental National Thursday began ar- ranulng for his departure for Wash ington Ho has accepted tho position of director of tho mint Pastor Hits Hobble Skirt Newark N JA crusado against the hobblo skirt was started Thursday by Henry pastor of the First Reformed church of Grovevlllo IN J TALK WELL OF YOUR CITY Story of a Young Mans Experlenco That Points a Lesson tb Citizens- of Every Community The Toronto Mil recounts tho story of a young man a citizen of tho Dominion who recently visited several cities of tho states Ho brought back with him some Impres alone of one of our titles In particu lar Minneapolis Minnand In the opinion of our contemporary Canadianacities might consider his t great profit Tho truth Is tho lesson of this young mans experience should prove as Interesting to communities on this ns on tho other side of tho border It amounts to this that everybody he met In Minneapolis ipoko well of tho town Of tho many people ho met there says our in formant ho found not one who was not enthusiastic about tho city The conversation seldom ended without tho other party giving It a turn tb the popular theme Minneapolis Now this young inn not only listened in Minneapolis to praise of Its places of interest Its progress its prospects Its advantages as an In dustrial center as a place of real a dence ana so on but ho stored these things In his mind took them over to Toronto talked to the editor of tbo Mall find Empire about them and got tho latter Interested In thorn to the extent that ho sat down and wrote an editorial extolling handsomely the civic prldo of tho Minnesota city The lesson tho editor draws from tho young Canadians enthusiasm or rather tho cause of itis that pride of city Is something that would be both becoming and useful on this side of tho lino While Minneapolis Is not tho only city In the United States where the young Canadian might have found a similar measure of local prldo and enthusiasm there aro many cities In this country be It said with regret In which public sentiment Is so tinctured with criticism of everything local that tho visitor Is led to won der why under all tho circumstances tho complaining residents who talk for those places do not move away It Is rather a trlto way of putting It we know but this does not prevent It from being true that a city Is what Its citizens mako It If a city Is not what It ought to be this is generally tho fault of the citizens who content themselves with criticising it HOUSE BUILT IN NINE HOURS 3ulck Work by Members of a Los Angeles Lodge In a Spirit of Brotherhood i TA unique record In homo building was established In Los Angeles recently when 100 members of the Woodmen of the World erected a four room cottage on East Fifty econd street In less than nine hours From top to bottom from roof to foundation front porch front steps sower connection gas pipes plumbing and even tho painting was completed long before dark and the little house was ready for occupancy Whero In tho morning had been a ragged patch of corn nnd ugly undergrowth by night an cozy a llttlo cottage na ono could wish for poked Its little red chimney skyward and Its doors stood Invitingly open Love and tho spirit of brotherhood made possible tho seemingly Impos sible Tho house was erected by the Woodmen of tho World for their tel low member James Harvey and hIs mother Mrs Margaret Harvey liar vey Is thlrtyfive years of ago Many Iyears ago ho becamo a member of tho Vorder and was a hard working and popular member Five years ago ho was stricken with chronic rheumatism that may make him an Invalid for tho rest of Ida life Ho has been unable to do any work since Tho house Is 1C by 31 feet In di mansions has four rooms and a fully equipped bath hot and cold water and gas It Is valued at moro than 1000 theHenpecked Ernest Hunter Wright In an article on tho death of Dr Frederick James Furnlvall throws this new light on the homo life of tho poet Shelley Dr Furnlvalls father was u surgeon but touched literature at one point ho attended Mary Godwin Shelley for n time Ho found It no privilege to watt upon that lady She was forever ordering Shelley about like a slave and wearing his life out with her whims and tempers It was Shelley do this or Shelley do that from morning to night with never an endearing word and seldom a polite one So tho qldcr Furnlvall decided on somo advlco for Shelley and though not a man of phases ho spoko his mind as host ho could one day when tho poet bad dropped In to watch him make pills Deuce take It nil Shelley he said Youro putting up with too much nonsense from your wife You ought to show some backbone Youro a man Shelloy why dont you make her behave I cant replied tho poet she wont Its impossible Then you ought to dlvldo tho house with hor How asked Shelley naively Why In tho Irishmans swayyou take the Inside and give her tho outaldo f THEODORE ROOSEVELT ON OUR NATIONAL EFFICIENCY In Address Before the Conservation Congress at St Paul He Says New Methods of De veloping and Using Natural Resources of Country Are Needed Bt Paul lInn Sept C Speaking oa National Eracioncy before the conservation congress today former Prealdent Roosevelt Impressed on hla bearers the fact that conservation has become a national duty and must be looked at from a new point of stew and accomplished by now meth ode of developing and using the nat ural resources of tho country His address was the feature of the days program and was listened to by a throng that tested the capacity of the ball and that frequently applauded the colonels vigorous language The address in full was as follows America reputation for fflcUney stands ilMervsdjr blab throughout the thetutltU method hitherto used There U great r ason to be proud of our achlsvsmsnts and yt no reason to be Her that we OlIn not excel our past Through a practleallr unrestrained Individualism we have reached a pitch of literary unexampled maUrlal prosperity although the dlitrl buUon of this prosperity leaves much to be dslrvd from the standpoint of Justice and fair dealing nut we have not only allowed the Individual a free hand which was In the main right we have also al lowed treat corporations to act u though thy were Individuals and to exercise the uelacthesation and enonnoui wealth tor their own advantage Thl development of corpo rate action It la true li doubtless In large part rttpentlble for the glgantlo do velopment of our natural resource but It U not less responsible for waste dnitnio lion and monopoly on an equally gigantic scale The method of reckless and union trolled private uie and waste has done for us all the rood It ever can and It li time te put an end to It before It doe all the evil It easily may We have passed the time when hecdlers waste and do itrucllon and arrogant monopoly are any longer permlaslblft Henceforth we mut eek National eRIelency by a new and a better WilY br the way of the or derby development and use coupled with the preservation of our natural resources by making the most of what we have for the benefit of all of us Instead of leaving the sources of material prosperity open to Indiscriminate exploitation These are ome of the reasons why It Is wise that we should abandon the old point of vow and why conservation has become a pa triotic duty Waterways Development One of the greatest of our conservation problem Is the win and prompt develop ment and me of the waterwar of this Nation The Twin Cities lying u they de at the headwaters of the Mississippi are not upon the direct line of the peo+ posed lake to the gulf deep waterway Tet they are deeply Interested In Itu prompt completion ne well a In the deepening and regulation nf the Mlssls Ippl In the mouth of the Missouri and le- the gulf The project for a great trunk waterway an arm of the sea extending from the fiulf of Mexico to the Great tAkes should not he abandoned The lakes to the gulf deep waterway and the development of the rivers which flow Into It should be pushed to completion vigorously and without delay In nearly every river city from St Paul to the gulf the waterfront Is controlled by the rallwavs Nearly every artificial waterway In the Vnlted States either dl recllr or Indirectly Is under the same control It roe without caving that un less the peonte prevent It In advance the railways will attempt te take control of our waterways a feet u they are Im proved and completed nor would I blame there If we the people are supine In the matter We must pee to It that adequate terminal are provided In every city and town en every Improved waterway leant nab open under reasonable condition te the uce of every citizen and rigidly protested aealnst monopolys and we must compel the railways to cnoperata with the waterways continuously effectively end under reasonable conditions Unless we do so the railway lima will refuse to deliver freight to the boat lines either openly or by lmpo lnirprohlbltory condl tion and the waterways once Improved will do comparatively little for the ben fit of the people who pay the bill Adequate terminal properly controlled end opn through lines by rail and boat ere two absolutely essential condition to the usefulness of Inland waterway devel opment I believe furthermore that the railway should be prohibited from own- Ing controlling or carrying any Interest In the boat lines on our rivers unless under the strictest regulation and control of the Inter Rtate Commerce Commission Po that the shippers Interest may be fully protectedThe National Forests If any proof were needed that forest protection is a National duty the recent destruction of forest In the west by fire would supply It Kvyn with the aid of the army added to that nf the forest service the lou haa been lever With out either It would have ben vastly greeter But the forest service does more than protect the National forests against fire It make them practically and Increasing Ir uiefut aa well During the last year for which I have the figures the National forests were used by 22000 cattlemen with their herds 5000 sheepman with their flock 5000 tlmbermen with their crews and 45000 miner More than Ion persona used them for other special industries Nearly Wono settlers had the free use of wood The total resident population of the National forests to about a quarter of a million which to larger than the population of certain state More than 700000 acres of ag ricultural land have been patented or listed for patent wltfiln the forests and the reports of the forest officers show that moro than 400000 people n year use the forests for recreation camping hunting fishing and similar purpose All this I done of course without Injury to the timber which hu a value of at least a thousand million dollars Moreover the National forests protect the water supply of A thousand cities and towns about SCO Irrigation project and mere than KM power projects not counting the use of water for these and other pur poses by Individual settlers Country Life Institute The investigation ef the Country Life Commission have led the farmers of this country to realize that they have not been retting their fair share of progress and all that It brings Some of our farming communities In the Mississippi valley and In the middle west have made marvelous Brogress ret even the boat of them tike communities of every other kind are not beyond Improvement while much need to be done In some other sections to Im prove country life M yet we know com paratively little of the basic facts of rural civilisation The means for better farm Ing wo have studied with care but to bet ter living on the farm and to better Dual nee on the farm the farmers themselves have given scant attention One of the moat urgent needs of our civilization la that the farmers theoiMlvee should un dertake to lat for themselves a better knowledge along thee lines and then to apply It Sir Horace Plunkett for many years a Wyoming cattleman and now do voting himself In Ireland to the country life problem there has suggested In his recent book on the Country Life Problem In America the creation of a Coun try Life Institute as a center where the work and knowledge of tho whole world concerning country lift may be brought together for the use of every nation I am strongly In lympathy with thin idea- and I hope to see It carried out with the cocperatlon and nisUtanoa of our own people Last spring while visiting the capital of Hungary DudaPeth I wa Immensely Impressed by the Museum of Country Life containing an extraordinary erne of studies In agriculture In stock raising In forestry In mining the ex hibit were of the utmost practical Importance and were olIO Intensely interesting and Instructive As a people we have not yet learned to economize One of the virtues we lumen cans most need Ie thrift It Is a mere truism to say that luxury end extrava gnnco are not good for a Nation 80 far an they affect character the loss they cause mar be beyond computation But In the material sense there is a loss greater than Is caused by both extravagance and luxury put together I mean the needier useless and excessive loss to our people from premature death and avoidable diseases Wholly apart from the grief the suffering and the wretched ness which they cause the material loss each year has been calculated at nearly twice what It costs to run the Federal government In addition to the state and city health officers anti organizations there Is urgently needed a Federal bu reau of health to act so far aa the Na tional government properly may to reo lleve our people from this dreadful burden National Conservation Commission- One ef the most Important meetings In our recent history was that of the gov ernni In the white house In Stay IMS to consider the conservation question nth advice of the governor the meeting was followed br the appointment of a National conservation commission The meeting of the governors directed the attention of the country to conservation u nothing else could have done while the work of the commission gave the movement definiteness and upplled It with a practical program But at the moment when the commission was ready to begin the campaign for putting its pro gram Into effect an amendment to the Sundry civil service bill wa Introduced by a congressman from Minnesota with the purpose of putting a atop to the work so admirably begun Congress passed the amendment its object was to put nn end to the work of a number of commis alone which haj been appointed by the president and hsl contribution to the public welfare hsit ben simply Incalcu fable Among these were the commission for reorganizing the business m thod of the government the public lands corn mission the country life commission and the National conservation commie lIon Itself When I signed the Sundry civil service bill containing this amend went I transmitted with It as my last official act a memorandum declaring that the amendment was void because It was an unconstitutional Interference with the rights of the executive sod that If I were to remain president I would pay to It no attention whatever The National conservation commission thereupon bersmd Born sne Tie suspen don of its work came at a most unfor tunate time and there was serious dan ger that the brogres already made would be lot At this crlliM moment the Xn tlnnM conservation r sedation was or gantzed It took up ins work which oth erwlsewould not have been done end It etHvlsed a most useful Influence n pre ventlrx tsd ItrWMlon in securing the IntroiJurUsn of bettr conservation men urea at she past session of cengmi and In promoting the passage of wise laws It derives the confidence and support of every ltlzen lntri ted In the WM de velopment and preiervatlon of our nut ural resources and In preventing them from ranlnff Into fe hands of uncoil 1nlleU monopolies It Join with lio Nut tl nal conservation cuugress In hoWInc this meeting I am teN by the Joint In vitation of both- PanAmerican Construction When the government of the United States awoke to the Idea of conservation and saw that It was good It lost nq time In communicating the advantages of the new point of view to It Immediate neigh Dora among the nations A North Amen ran conservation conference was held In Washington and the cooperation of Canada and Mexico In the great problem of developing the resources of the conti nent for thA benefit of its people was asked end promised The nations upon our lorthern and southern boundaries wisely realized that their opportunity to conserve the natural resource Will better than ours because with them destruction and monopolization had not gone so far as they had with us So It la with the republics of Central and South America Obviously they are on the verge of a period of greet material progress The development of their natural resource their forests their mine their water and their soilwill create enormotN wealth It Is to the mutual Interest of the United States and our sister Ameri can republics that this development should be wisely done Our manufactur ing Industries offer a market for more and more of their natural wealth and raw material white they will Increasingly desire to meet that demand In commer- cIal exchange The more wa buy from them the more we that sell to them Their prosperity Is Inseparably Involved with our own Thank heaven we of this continent are now beginning to realize what In the end the whole world will that normally It is a good thing for a nation to have It neighbor nations prosper We of the United states are genuinely and heartily pleased to see growth and prosperity In Canada In Mexico In Bouth America Unless the governments of all the America republic Including our own enact In time such taws as will both pro tect their natural wealth and promote their legislate and reasonable develop ment future generations will owe their misfortunes to us of today A great pa triotic duty calla upon tn We owe It te ourselves and to them to give the Amen can republics all the help we can Thee case In which we have tolled should be no leas Instructive than the ease in which wo have succeeded With prompt action and good will the task of saving the resources for the people 1 full of hope for us all State and Federal Control nut while wer the United Btasteta aM anxious aa I believe we are able to be problemllook One of the most Important con serration Question of the moment relates monopolyinto the Judicious obaervtr a distinct tendency on the part of our opponent to cloud the Jesus by raising the question of state U against federal Jus tdctlon We are ready to meet that Issue If It la forced upon as But there Is no hope for the plain people In such conflicts of Jurisdic Uon The essential Is not one of hair aputting legal technicalities It is simply this Who can beat regulate the special Interests for the public good Most of the predatory corporation are Interstate or have interstate affiliations Therefore they are largely out of reach of effective state control and fall of nece sltr within the federal Jurisdiction One of the prime object of those among them that are grasping and greedy Is to avoid any effective control either br state or nation and they advocate at this time state control simply because they believe It to be the Isast effective In the great fight Qf the people to drive the special Interests from the domination of our gov ernment the nation is stronger and III Jurisdiction Is more effective than that of any state The mot effective weapon against these great corporations mot of which are financed and owned on the Atlantic coast will bo federal taws and the federal executive That Is why I so strongly oppose the demand to turn these matters over to the states It Is fundamentally a demand against the interest of the plain people of the people of small means against the InterMit of our chll dren and our children children and it 1s primarily In the Interest of the peat corporations which desire to escape all government control The Conservation Fight On of the difficulties in putting Into practise the conservation Idea Is that the field to which It applies Is constantly growing In the pUbllo mind It has been no llght task to bring before 100000 pea like that of con servatlonaandnconvince them that It le right Thla much we have accom plished But there remain much to be cleared up and many misunderstandings to be removed These misunderstanding are due In part at least to direct mis representation br the men to whose Interest It Is that conservation should not prosper For example we find It constantly saId by men who should knew better that temporary wthdrawala such aa the withdrawals of coal lands will permanently check development Yet the fact Is that these withdrawals have no purpose except to prevent the coal lands from passing Into private owner ship until consreil can paw laws to open them to development under conditions just alike to the public and to the men who will do the developing Abuses committed In the name of a last cause are familiar to all of us Many unwise things are lone and many unwise measures are advocated In the namo of conservation either through Ijrnoranee or br those whose Interest lies not In pro motlng the movement but In retarding It For example to stop water power development by needless refusal to Issue permit for water power or private Irrigation work on the public lands Inevitably leads many men friendly to conservation and believes In tie general principles to as sumo that Its practical application Is neo essarily a check upon prowess Nothing could be mere mistaken The Idea widely circulated of late that conservation meant lacking up of the natural resources for the exclusive use ef future generations li wholly mistaken Our purpose le to make full ue of three resources but to consid er our sons and daughters as welt as our wives Just as a farmer uses his farm In ways to preserv Its future usefulness Conservation is the road to national ef ficiency and It stands for ample and wls developmentBut of these difficulties most Of which are doubtless Inevitable In any movement of this kind conservation pas made marvelous prowess I have been astounded and delighted on my return from abroad at the progress made while I was away We have a right to congratu late ourselves on this marvelous progress but there Is no reason for believing that the flaht is won In the beginning the pedal interests who are our chief noon pants In the conservation fight paid little heed to the movement because thy nei ther understood It nor saw that If It won must lose But with the progress of conservation In the minds of our people the fight Is getting sharper The nenre we approach to victory the bitterer the opposition that we must meet and the greater the need for caution and watchfulness Ooen opposition we can over come but I warn you especially against the men who come to congresses such as this ostensibly as disinterested citizens but actually as the paid agent of the special Interests I heartily approve the attitude of any corporation Interested In the deliberations of a meeting such as the which comes hither to advocate bv It openly accredited agents views which It believes the meeting should have In mind But I condemn with equal readiness the appearance of a corporate agent before any convention who does not do clare himself frnklfu such This congress a apeal to the patriotism of our whole people The nation wisely looks to such gatherings for counsel and leadership Let that leadership be sound definite practical und on the side of all the people It would be no small misfortune If a meeting such as this should ever fall Into the hands of the open enemle or false friendi of the great movement which It repre sent It la our duty and our desire to make this land of ours a better home for the race but our duty does not stop there- We must also work for a better nation to live In this better land The development and conservation of our national charac aster and our tree institutions must gn hand In hand with the development and conservation of our natural resources which the governors conference so well called the foundations of our prosperity Whatever progress we may make all s nation whatever wealth we may accu mulate however far we may push me chanlcal development and production we shall never reach a point where our wet faro can depend In the last analysis on anything but honesty courage loyalty and good citizenship The homely vtr tues are the tasting virtues and the road which leads to them Is the road to gea uine and tasting success What this country needs Is what every free country must set before It as the great goal toward which It works an equal oportunlty for life liberty and the pursuit of happiness for every one of Its citizens To achieve this end we must put a stop to the Improper political dominion no less than to the Improper eco nomlc dominion of the great special Interests This country Its natural re sources Its natural advantages Its opportunities and its tnstltutons belong to all Its citizens They be enjoyed fully tully and freely finder any governmpn In which the special Interests as such have a voice The supreme political task ol our day the Indispensable condition ol national efficiency and national welfare li to drive the special Interests out of out public life KENTUCKY IIWHAT IS GOING ON IN Z DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF jTHE COMMONWEALTH WILL MEET AT STATE FAIR Different Organizations Booked for Conventions at Louisville IrfNilsvllle Several conventions and formal sessions of different organlza tions have been booked for meetings In this city during State Fair week and numerous other organizations are now making arrangements for such meetings with dates yet to bo select ed All meetings will be held at the Stato Fair grounds The annual moot- Ing of the Kentucky State Agricul tural society will be held In convention ball at the fair grounds on Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock The ses sion will be called to order by Presi dent M F Johnson of Fern Creek Announcement vas made of tho program for tho good roads conven tlon to bo bold on Thursday after noon under the auspices of the Kentucky Good Roads association Sena tor Joe F Bosworth of Mlddlesboro president of the association will preside The purposes of tho convention and of the work of the association will IH discussed by II A Sommers of Ellzabethtown chairman for good roads day R J McBryde of the Lou isville Times will speak on The Press and Good Roads Rural De livery and Good Roads Is the sub ject of a paper which will be read by a representative of the postofflco department at Washington A repre sentative of the bureau of good roads United States department of agricul ture will discuss What the Federal Government Is Doing to Develop Good Roads Sentiment Miscellaneous business will be transacted and every thing possible done to give Impetus to tho good roads movement In Ken tuckyFriday will be known as Traveling Mens day at the State Fair and the knights of the grip will hold n conven tion during the afternoon Represen tatives from all commercial organi zations of tho state will assemble in convention at the fair grounds on Fri day afternoon from 4 to C oclock A formal gathering of Confederate vet erans will be held In the model school building from C to 730 oclock Friday afternoon Another convention al ready scheduled is that of the Duff Orpington club which will meet at 1 oYiock Saturday afternoon This meeting has been called by J Duncan Bell of Paris president of the club CALL FOR ORPHAN BRIGADE Official Call for Annual Reunion Issued By President Weller Louisville The following call has been issued by Capt John II Weller president of the Orphan brigade of the confederate army for the next annual reunion of the veterans of that com mand Louisville Aug 29The annual re union of tho First Kentucky brigade of Infantry of the confederate army and of the First Kentucky cavalry will beheld on Tuesday and Wednesday October 11 and 12 at Franklin Simp son county Ky All members of the commands In question who can pos sibly do so are urged to attend this reunion There will bo but few more meetings of our comrades The thin tray Imp grows thinner day by day Soon the last one will have crossed over the river to rest under the shade of the trees Wo should not omit this possibly our last opportunity to touch elbows onco more and renew the memories of tho days that never can amo again Bv order of JOHN II WELLER President- E POLK JOHNSON Chairman of Committee CARLISLE MAY HAVE FAIR CommercIal Club Backing Movement to Organize Stock Company Carlisle A Nicholas county fair to bo held at Carlisle will probably open its gates to the public next year A movement to organize a stock com pang for this purpose is being backed by the Carlisle Commercial club and already over 25 shares of the value of 100 each have been spoken for and the promoters feel confident that all of the stock will soon bo taken Options on three different tracts of ground for the fair grounds have been taken It is said that racing meets will be held as a regulation track will bo constructed The project is said to havo the backing of a number of the most prominent puniness men and the deal will probably bo consummated at once Paducah Work was commenced on the Illinois Central incline which will be double tracked to handle tho Burlington trains until the new bridge is completed at Metropolis Ill 12 miles below here The Illinois Cen tral Is also making extensive repairs on two transfer boats which will be used between Paducah and Metropolis Lumber has also been delivered for cattle pens and horso corrals which will be loated near the incline The Metropolis incline Is also being built Trains will bo running Into Metropolis by October 1 h RETURNS AFTER VAIN SEARCH Farmer Travels Six States Looking for Kidnaped Daughter Princeton Robbed of his wife by death and of his only child by kid- napers Texts Allison a prosperous farmer has returned homo after a vain search through six southern states Little Gladys Allison was abducted while returning from the funeral other mother at Shreveport La and since then her father has been unable to find a single trace of tho childs whereaboutsHe a rich man and does not believe the little girl was taken in tho hope of securing a reward and besides the kidnapers have given him no chant to pay a ransom The Shreveport authorities have been unable to secure the slightest clew and tho affair is as much a mys disappeartnce WILL EXTEND RAILROAD Lexington Eastern Will Build 115 Mlles of New Road Jackson The Lexington Eastern railroad which runs from this city to Lexington has filed amended articles of incorporation with tho secretary of state which will permit that line to In crease its indebtedness from 4000 000 to 10000000 This money will be used for the purpose of extending the line from Jackson 11C miles pene rating the Perry Letcher and Knott county coal fields and reaching Vir ginia where connection can be made to reach tidewater The company is also given power to buy or construct telephone and telegraph lines It is not known what trunk line It to be connected with the Lexington Eastern but it is believed in Clncin natl that the lino is to bo connectec with the Norfolk Western road I Kentucky Intelligence FrankfortAfter quarreling wjtl her husband over a trivial matter a the Capital Fair Mrs Nevo White aged 18 who Is a bride of two months Jumped into the Kentucky river abov the fair grounds and committed sul clde Her money was found tied u In her handkerchief and put + n bel shoes on the bank Frankfort J F Ramey bank clerk in tho secretary of states office hat received applications for charters foi two new banks A bank with a capI- tal stock of 15000 has been organ ized at Lynn Grove Galloway county and the Springfield State bank oi Springfield with a capital stock o 50000 wants a charter Hopkinsrille Tho seventh annual meeting of tho Christian county horse show will be held at Pembroke September C10 Only night sessions will be held and the program is the best the association has ever arranged Larger prizes are hung up and tho finest horses in Kentucky and adjoin Jug states will be exhibited Paducah Fire believed to have been started by rats chewing matches destroyed the twostory frame resi dence of O E Peters occupied by Mar tin Hayblck at Little Cypress this county The contents were all lost Tho loss is 2000 and there was no insurance Hayblck is pursued by ill luck us recently his barn was burned Louisville The First Kentucky Infantry composed of troops from Louisville and vicinity and the Second and Third regiments of militiamen from other parts of tile state will leave Louisville September 11 for an en campment of ten days at Fort Ben jamin Harrison Ind About 1000 men will meet in Louisville on September 11 and arrive in Indianapolis the next mornlnsBarboursvl1JeW C Black of this city has leased a mining plant at Gray Station which has been idle for two years He will begin operations at an early date renovating the plant and putting a largo forco to work Tho Jewel Jelltco Coal Co a new local or ganization will develop 400 acres in Whitley county A mile railroad exten slon to tap the property has been surveyed and construction work will begin at onc- eOreenvl1loJ H Arnold a scien tific assistant in the agriculture department at Washington addressed a largo crowd of Muhlenberg farmers here talking of soils grasses tobacco and other matters of Interest to the farmer Mr Arnold was introduced by the Hon R Y Thomas congress man from this district at whose Instance the service of Mr Arnold was secured Tho farmers present were highly pleased with the talk Owensboro William Boyer of Ohio county lost his life as the result ot the caving in of a bank in which he was attempting to dig an opening for the mouth on a coal mine Boyer was caught by the slide and was in an unconscious condition when discovered by a farmer living in tho vicinity Tho farmer hastened to his assistance and after dragging him out from under the mass of earth that held him sum moned a doctor who arrived too late to save his life- RussellvilleThe old confederate veterans of Logan county will hold a reunion in Russellville September 8 A big basket dinner and plenty of mu sic will go to mako the day enjoyable Prof J W Repnss president of Logan Female college will deliver the chief address of the day and recitations suitable to the occasion will bo made by others present The veterans will hold an annual reunion in some portion of the county each year after this For tho reunion September 8 a committee has been appointed and nothing will be left undone to make the day oi long to be remembered I I ewI- DRUG HABIT IS SPREADiNG Vice on Increase In EnglandIngre dlents Vary From Chloral- to Alcohol I English society U becoming seriously exercised about the habit of taking drugs which appears to be spreading more rapidly than ever judging from some of the correspondence which U appearing on the subject What was at one time tho vice of the few is de dared now to be the practise of manyworried business men profes sional men cursed with brain fag Jaded society women and all the other Ivctims of the killing rush of modern life A case is narrated in M A P of a hospital nurse who recently applied for relief at an Inebriates home con fessing that she had not been really soberthat Is to say more or less un der the influence of stimulantfor six years A of unusualyl heavy work had driven her to cocaine Her holiday which ought to have fol lowed immediately had to bo postponed for some reason connected with the hospital work and she continued taking cocaine until when relief came at last she found herself unable to give up her Daily allowance of the drug Sometimes she took brandy to relieve her craving for the drug but always she returned As in every other case the gradual sapping away Df the will power weakened her ef torts to break the habit and in the end her friends had to take tho moat drastlo measures to force her into an Inebriates home Hero the habit was successfully broken after an agoniz- Ing painful cure One woman who led a very busy so clay life used to take regularly a mix t I true of chloral salvolatile brandy and soda while another dosed herself with a mixture of salvolatile and red lavenderAnother extraordinary case was heard of recently Three specialists had been called In to examine a wom an and though all threo agreed that sho was suffering from overstlmulaA tion they were utterly unable to discover the cause of her symptoms Tho mystery was not sovled until some one happened to mention that the woman kept a bottle of sulphate ofIquinine in her boudoir She then con fessed that she was simply suffering from excessive doses of quinine The stage literature and art each contribute a large number to the via time of the drug and alcohol habits Recently a onco famous artist was found sleeping on the embankment having falle nthrough every stage of depravity from occasional indulgence In mborphla to sheer mania for alcohol Many men and women connected with the stage have fallen victims to tho craving for stimulants always with disastrous results to their professional reputations One actress for whom the critics had prophecied a brilliant career commoncced taking morphia during a nervous crisis Sho was delighted with the immediate ben tit she derived from the drug and used it again and again Before she or any one else had realized what was hap pening the unfortunate woman had become a morphinemaniac She not only made no progress in her art but her acting was deteriorating rapidly Before tho end came It had become impossible for her to obtain an engagement No maanger could depend on her coming to the theater and when she did put in an appearance it was only charitable to describe her acting as erratic Sho became so reckless in her craving for stimulants that she drank eau do co logne Florida water or anything elso of an alcoholic nature In this casao at any rate death came as a merciful release iHJBsi Alcohol Same as Work When you dont want to work but you want to look as If you bad worked feel as if you had dono a hard days work and be In the same condl tion as though you had done a days work take a couple of drinks of whisky Medical science has estab litiltthe human body as a days work Dr William J Wick who lectured at Chicago recently on Tho Action of Alcohol on the Different Organs ot tho Body From a Scientific S ndI e point la the authority for this statement Dr Wick declared that expert ments in two men one of whom had had a few drinks and the other of whom had worked all day had tho same results i Alcohol tires the nerves and thus cles said Dr Wick Ono glass of beer shows a marked effect on the 1 nervous centers and gives a tendency to hasty and incoherent movements 1 Blue Laws In Madrid The old night life of Spain tho t music and dancing that has been such an attractive feature to American and other foreign travelers to Madrid and the southern cities of Seville Cadiz Ronda Malaga and Barcelona Is a thing of the past The government decided that night bohemlanlsm was demoralizing the youth of the country and King Alfonso Issued a royal decree closing musio halls cafes and other places ot amusement at 1230 a m Formerly these places never closed their doorsIi i r v c 7 r 7Lt Term begins 14th c vl r it Y fii4lf kJ V s r k k ++ I- ti y Lt lMVfl ty 5fl al 1r4r r i rw r 4I F w r + 11I g1 l z iartka v vs rilt r1 Ce v Ji- aooooo00oooookakokokoko x fokokoKoKokoK o o i East Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else x o oNo correspondence pnbllittd onlett tlgcrd In fnU ty tie writer the rise 0 oUnot for pnbllcitlon but u an evidence of good faith Write plainly o- AH r- ooko o olgolsoSsolsottoJlo n o7so1lo7soil oltoalolloko5lotoitoaoatolt JACKSON COUNTY P1UVETT IPrivett Sept 4Qulte a number at association at Rock Springs last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Stephens Farmer Is improving slowly Mrs John Tlllery and daughter of London are visiting friends and relatives In this vicinity Died on the twentyeighth the Infant child of Mr and Mrs Silas Spurlock at the age of six months after quite a long Illness Its remains were laid cemeteryI ter of Mr and Mrs Silas York Is very sick KTKROBEEM I Evergreen Sept 6U M Bollard of Mt Vernon was here this week looking after land and Umber There Is a big tide In Horse Lick this week J Many logs have gone out Election is now near and most of the voters seem to be for Powerso M Payne of Dlsputanta visited his brother T J Lake last weekA church was t organized at Pine Grove with several members There will be a new Bap t tist church built here In the near fu ture David and George Gabbard are I building a handsome dwelling house for J W JonesGreen Lake has been sick but is some better now Mrs John Martin still continues in poor healthMr and Mrs Edward Lake were at Berea last week on 1 RobinjisI this week TYKKItI Tyner Sept 4Most everybody In this vicinity attended the old Baptist Association at Rock Spring Saturday t and Sunday Elgin Gipson has return 1edfrom the Swiss colony sick with I rheumatism Maud Hamilton has gone to Winchester to stay for some time with her aunt Mrs S P Pal I merMoore and Vaughn have moved their saw mill to Welchburg Born CltIand child are doing wellI A Bow man and family and Mr and Mrs I Henry Bowman of Conway attended the Rock Spring association Bailey I tl Simpson has just returned from Louis ville where he has been to visit his son John Simpson GRATIIATTK Gray Hawk Sept GThe Baptist association at Oak Grove went off very quietly with very little disorder A good dinner was provided and all enjoyed themselves Mrs Louisa Tin cher is visiting at J B Blnghams I n J 1 J c COMEwith to BEREA I Sept Kentucky n vn The work on the Methodist church house of Gray Hawk Is progressing nicely Road work is being pushed nowFrank Harrison Is staying with J B Bingham for a while The race for Congress in and around Gray Hawk is about 4 for Powers to l for Edwards Born to Mr and Mrs Thos Morris a bouncing boyDied Sept 1st old uncle Henry Ramsey with heart failure His remains were laid to rest In the Hunter grave yardThe Hard Shell association tt Rock Spring is well attendedJ B Bingham has been hauling goods this week for W R Engle from Idamay Teachers Association Program Program for Teachers Association to be held in Educational Division No 6 SubDistrict No 11 Durham school house Saturday Nov 6 1910 SongKentucky Schools Audience Invocation J R Durham SongHappy WelcomeQuartet Welcome AddressDorcas Wild ResponseJ G Durham SongCount your Blessings Quar totRecitationMartha Durham DiscussionNew School LawH N DeanEssayThe Value of a day in school Mrs Anna Hayes Recitation Stella Sparks EssayHow to make a Model Coun try schoolMrs Laura Smith Noon Basket Dinner Song Star Splanged Banner Audi enceEssayMy First Experience In Teaching Mis Emma Garrett OrationEducation for Culture cr Vocation Which 7oeo Sparks EssayTeachers Influence in the CommunityMrs Ida Abney Educational Values in Geography Willie Dea- nEssayWhat the Common School CountryNannlei SongQuartetEssay to Beautify your school house and groundsDorcas WildRecitationMaggie Durham- EssayCOnsolldatlon of Common SchoolsAnnie Powell Reading J G Durham AddressJ J Davis SongAudienceMrs Garrett Secy Mrs Laura Smith VicePres EOCKCASTLE HOIIINKT COUNTY Roblnet Aug 31Ed Mullins has recently moved to Boonevllle J W French is planning on moving to Mf Vernon this fall Berry and Alex Powell of Conway were visiting in this town last week Thos Flynn of Mlngo Term came thru hero re cently John Allen Somers is sell Ing out and oxpects to leave soon Corn crops have improved much dur- Ing the past two weeks Powers tylll almost make a clean sweep In this community Ellhu Roberts Is very low with heart trouble and Is not ex pected to live long Tho Infant child of Jim Slagle died Aug 17 It wts burled the 18th at Horse Lick grave yard Mandy Allen whp has been via Ring friends at Horse Lick returned to her home at Withers Sunday A series of meetings Is planned on bei ing held as soon as the church house atHorse Lick Is completed llOONKIBoone Sept Sunday regular church services were I held at Fairview church conducted by the Rev Wm Bryant of near Cartersvllle A fine baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs Arthur Chas teen Aug 28th Hattle Poynter a number of her school children andI ited the school of Dot tie near Clear Creek Friday Air and Mrs II T Chasteen were visiting Mrs Chasteens mother near Big Hill a few days last weekMr and I Mrs Wm Watkins of Berea visited j relatives Saturday and sundayA- D Levett was a Berua visitor Friday Wm Gadd was visiting relatives saturIdaGeotrip to Brodhcad last week Sam I Abrams and Houston Levett of Double lick were In this vicinity Friday I There has been a large tide in Round stone CreekMrsH Woodall cf Berea was visiting relatives hero a few days last week Jess Wren has moved to Winchester where he is employed on the railroad GOOCIIIAMZ Goochland Sept 3A protracted meeting will begin at Sycamore the second Sunday of this month The Rev Mr Johnson of Estill County will conduct the services W S Jones last Thursday while In a blacksmith shop lost his right eye when a piece of Iron happened to strike It taking It entirely outJohn C Phillips is repairing his dwelling house Flora 1 family County betterRobert SundayBorn robbers ILAUREL COUNTY ling Templeton bought COUNTY HYDKX- Hydcn Republican purpose Congressional stenographer medical Hyden DAYS DEMAND give us A demands minds great and willing bands- Men the for whom of cannot opinions a before demagogue his treacherous flatteries winking live duty in private thinking while rabble thumbworn creeds large professions Mingle in selfish freedom weeps Wrong waiting justice sleeps HOLLAND Sparks of visited Allle Phil lips last week Isaac Leger and Kim ble Morris are building a chimney for J C Phillips Frank Morris of Doublellck spent the evening Jn Goochland SundayJerome fox at tended the fair at London last week Grant Abrams has for the Hammond Eagle mare that prize in Roadster ring at the Berea fair Robert Johnson has returned from Hamlnlton 0 and re ports Thos Gabbard of Evelyn Is in Goochland for a iriMiiK Wlldle 4Mr Mrs J N Reynolds of were guests of Mr and Mrs T G Reynolds Saturday and Sunday Mrs Arthur Cot fey Is sick John Stewart was in this vicinity last week buying cattle Edward visited Mr and Mrs W H Jones Saturday and Sunday Addle Bawful and little Nell are visiting Mr and Mrs W R Barnett Mr and Mrs J H Rey of Lnngford wero the guests of Mr and T G Reynolds last Friday Mr and Richard Early visited In Jackson County last week School at Medical Springs Is pro gressing nicely with Jones as teacher of Berea Is visiting Samantha FlshlIIrs Albert Reynolds visited her brother Mr thur Sunday The little child of Mr and Mrs P Burdett Is sick protracted meeting is going on at Scaffold by Rev A Cornelius of Mashon W P Anderson Sr and wife visited daughter Mrs J W of Rockford Saturday anti Sunday Quite a crowd was at J W Todds Sunday it being his fiftieth birthday Sept 4th Parker and wife are visiting relatives here this week Settle Baughman of Richmond Is visiting Daddle and Mrs this weekH E Bullen and I were nt Rockford Sunday Mrs Bessie Bullcn who has been I very sick some time is Improving T C Vlars who has been at He I tea for several days has returned Little Daslo Todd who hasI been better very sick for several days Is CON VAY Conway Sept IiI A Bowman land family also Henry Bowman and wife are visiting In Owsley Joe Hensleys child Is very sickI Mr and Mrs S S Dalloy are vIsit Ing their daughter at East Bernstadt Prof Smith and who have been spending thler vacation hero have returned to Richmond Buery is erecting a new dwelling John BoweRs daughter who has been sick Is Smith of Kerby Knob visited at Conway Saturday and to Mr and Mrs Elmer Williams a glrlI W M Hayes store was broken In to Saturday night The escaped without bring detected IIAM bCrops are look better this year than they have for years Old preacher Wil 87 old departed this life Sept 1st His body was to rest In the Old Hopowell cemetery Ho leaves friends to mourn his death William Hamilton from Owsley County who out Jefferson Catchlus store Is nowhere doing business Jefferson Catch In and William Hamilton from Ows boy County were guests of E Den ham Sunday nigh- tLESLIE Sept 3The Leslie County committee will meet hero Monday for the of selecting officers to conduct the primary on the IBth of this months Minnie B Lewis left for Whites where she has a position as for a law flrmll Is reported that Dr A P Cornelius who has been In the practice In this County for several years and who Is now with folks at Be rea will not return to Leslie County to resume practice Judge Morgan passed thru last week with a THE God men time like this Strong hearts true faith whom lust office does not kill Men the spoils office buy Men who possess and will Men who have honor men who will not lie Men who can stand a And damn without Tall men sun crowned who above the In public and For the with their Their and their little deeds strife lot rules the land and J G Eglon traded Grey took first the good times short stay Sept and Paris Graves brother nolds Mrs Mrs Martin Minnie Young Ar G very nOCKlORD Rockford Sept 6A Cane conducted tho their Todd Bertie Mrs Todd for home some family Powell years laid runny burg home fog large drove of cattle which he was I taking to Richmond marketJudge- L D Lewis will move with his familyI I to Berea to send his children to school Leslie County will have a I larger attendance at Berea this year than ever before Today the trustees i of Educational Division No 1 mt and elected J H Hart chairman of TrewIa I tlon with the Power Grocery Co At toIworkItherener Is very sickMr and Mrs M D Bentley are rejoicing over the arrival I of a fine boyA B Dixon mado a speech at Wooton In behalf of Caleb I PowersH M Brock Is out In the i country In behalf of Caleb Powers isIcallingSeveral teachers attended the Teach ers association at Shoal yesterday PERRY COUNTY HAZAItI Hazard Sept 4People are begin ning to take in their fodder but rain Is hindering the work a great deal Mrs Rachel Brashear left today for a weeks visit with relatives Mrs E C Wooton Is gone on an extend ed trip to her former homo at Spring field Ky The land boom continues to increase there being about five companies buying at present Prices have advanced to 15 per acre and are still going upMr Touett attorney for the L E railroad was hero Fri day looking after securing a right of DOWNWeak BladV eke troubleDIIII bead iniDlziine NerYoafne i allovergttopickage WeharennnvieWmooflsUila wonderful remedy Ai a regulator It his no AuetrllaoLeafat1JlE AG4IeUTlleKIherGralcLeBD7 T way from Jackson through Perry and Lctcher counties for the proposed extension of the L E railroad to Virginia Most of our business men have been out In the county for tho vast two days and have secured practically all tho right of way for Perry If wo get a road hero Hazard will bo the busiest town In tho moun tains in a year or so- HABLAN COUNTY 131 LAY Imlny Sept 4 Saturday was Red Mens day at this place Excellent entertainment was afforded and good talks In their behalf were given by T C Roark and others Preaching services were conducted today by tho Rev H B Davis A large crowd at tended the meeting Tho Hon J U Forester of Harlan spoke yesterday to a large crowd In the Interest of Caleb Powers for Congress Pcoplo hero are almost solid for Powers L T Lloyd who has been in Laurel County for some time Is contemplat ing malting this his home again vory soonCorn crops are generally good in this section Many of our boys are going to work on the now railroad which is being built up the Cumber land river in this count- yMADISON COUNTY KINtiSTON Kingston Sept Iiora Flanery and her little sister visited at Berea from Friday until Sunday J C Powell bought a fine lot of sheep last wcok Mr and Mrs J N Lunsford visited their daughter at Bcren Thurs IlaCurt Parks and family at tended the funeral of Will Parks lu Berea last week Mrs Dr Bales ot Richmond visited her sister Mrs Joe Bales Thursday GuMle Ruckcr nnl Vickie Alexander were tho guests of Martha and Suda Powell Monday nlghtMr and Mrs Robt Hudson and daughters Dora and Vine and Mr Kttt Parks were the guests of Mr and Mrs June Armstrong near Berea Sunday and Sunday nights Ethel and Ora Flanory left Monday for Richmond to attend school at the Normal Several people from hero arc planning to go to Pilot Knob to church next Sunday and to Mal ory Springs to spend the day Mrs Will Cornelison has been very sick for the past week Mr Ellc AzbillI and little son Joe are atives in Cincinnati this week FOR SALE A good farm of ICO acres on the Richmond and lug 11111 turnpike six miles east of Berea About 75 or SO acres la In cultivation and tho rest In timber Good water the year round good Improvements and a good young orchard Any one wish Ing to purchase a place should write or call on M A Moody Post office Big Hill Ky IITH DISTRICT POLITICS Continued from first page ly an election to Congress will bo a complete vindication for him Not so say his opponents If he Is guilty ho cannot to vindicated If ho Is Innocentns they all say publicly and deny privately ho needs no vindication but a good con science And who will vindicate Howard and Finley and Taylor say his enemies Must wo elect all of thorn to Congress I am a poor man says Powers I came out of prison and had to borrow money from my friends while regaining my health Ho is rlcli = EdWanll1IHe Interest and Is now using It to fur ther his political ends say they Not so say his friends He bor rowed tho money with which he 16I paying the running expense of campaign lie will not need any cot ruption fund to win this race If It were not for the Goobtlltea and tho Goebellzed Republicans thero would be no opposition to Powers And so It goes Mr Editor It is getting sizzling hot and when there Is a further general distribution of whiskey which can be bought for a dollar a gallon It will be seven tines hotter probably seventy times seven Already thero are signs that cer elect on each side are be ginning to get their dally allowance Bye and bye It will be plentiful in every precinct of the nineteen counties of the district And there aro signs that the elect are receiv ing money The Edwards people ato accusing the Powers peoplo of intend ing to debauch the district with mon bymark you with money collect ed from the poor and the rich front all over the land as a defense fund And the Powers people retort that Edwards has a large corruption fund 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at rut one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its ana ges and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disc a constitutional treatment nana Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally actin direct ly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the and Riving strength building the constitution and asslstlognalure In doing Its work The proprietors have so much in Its curative powers that offer One Hundred Dollars for any ease that it rail to cure Send for list testimonials Address P J CHKNNY It CO Toledo O Sold an Drug sta75c Take nan Fare ly lilt for constipation which will go to nil parts of tho dis trlctAnd the writer thinks it highly probable yea almost certain that each candidate will have all the mon oy at the polls that can easily ho spent for votes and much more which I will go down Into tho pockets of tho spenders holly 23000 will be spent by eachIof these candidates and their friends at tho polls or lu getting workers to the iwlfs for mind youyour good faithful worker tit tho polls must first bo primed before he will go IlromlitlyJer tho other day about the current j price of votes this season ho said JDrnllchfor Mrs but wo calculate our votes will be worth about f thatt fIlrlcoto Mr f What do you think thouGhthoup and Just to stand patand tell all his friends to do tho same Ho said that ho would theEleventhexpected to vindicate one of theso men or show Its appreciation nt the record of tho other The friends of each candidate say that ttut other means to steal the election and many good people believe them Friends of at least one of the can dilates openly threatened to hang I the other side if they try any of a their Gofbellto tricks You arc to understand Mr Editor that it is only what the other side does to you that amounts to a crime In election Sever by any possibility can your Ride be In tho wrong Hut you say what of the election briberyWhywo have the statute to be sure but sayWheroCommonwealths Attorneys and tho Grand Juries Well the Circuit Judges are now out speaking for their choice of can dilates The Commonwealths Attorneys are generally doing tho same The Jurors will take their cue from the officers If tho Judgo Instructs the Grand Jury on bribery and eloc Uon offences at all tho Jury will wink at tho Commonwealth Attorney and ho at the sheriff and no evidence will ever get within a mite of that grand jury It any of these Circuit Judges woro theflawcommUted at this election his con stituents would banish him forever systemmust play tho game fair No Mr Editor If one of thoooicandidates wero to appear at c tho County seats with a water bucl trlfull of 20 gold pieces and were ji to hand out one or two of them to each voter that would vote for him were to do It publicly he would be perfectly safe so far as our courts puritani J o openness but It would be not because It was wrong but because it was not prudent to be so open Nobody that I know condemns bribery k when commlted on his side and veryrrarely when by the other side This Is the way wo will determine who shall represent us in Congress How do you lIke tho picture Mr Editor Thousands will vote their IWnllof erIor vote for his man Where Is tho end of all this Who will redeem us from this curse and restore us ti our manhood and milerpendence 7 Watchman what of the night A Subscriber and Voter rA GOOD POSITION Can bo had by ambitious young men and women In the field of Wireless or Railway telegraphy Since tho 8hour law became effective and since the Wireless companies areIestablishing stations throughout country thero Is a great shortage of telegraphers Positions pay begin ners from 70 to 90 per month with good chance of advancement The National Telegraph Institute operates six official Institutes in America under supervision of R R and Wire less Officials und places all gradu Into positions It will pay you write them for full details at Cln Ito Oor Philadelphia Pa t- f t If WE BUY t wooH DESANDFUs r 4 vtcufe Ma fcr M tiu ifctb it s siuastuhs Rtbrtut uriuk if motile We ftriU WNlmi sFrutuatalanersIfutsiw frkab- Ltrukad1f SAKL tSONS t sea LNinSfc Ir L r